With over 150 titles, the Who Was? series tells the incredible stories of trailblazers, legends, innovators, and creators. Enhance your history studies with these easy readers that are written in a way that children will enjoy them…and actually WANT to read them!
These inspiring illustrated biographies are perfect for young middle-grade readers. The stories of these people from the past come to life with illustrations throughout.
You can also grab FREE unit studies for each title in the series that includes writing prompts, extension activities, and more!
- American Revolution
- Famous African Americans
- Inventors and Scientists
- Influential Women
- Athletes and Performers
Here is just a small selection of titles in the series. You can view all titles here.
Note: these are written in a secular fashion and have not been pre-screened.
Who Was Helen Keller?Who Was Albert Einstein? (Who Was?)Who Was Leonardo da Vinci?Who Was Blackbeard?Who Was Thomas Alva Edison?Who Was Abraham Lincoln?Who Was Marie Curie?Who Was Amelia Earhart?Who Was Neil Armstrong?Who Was Anne Frank?Who Is Jane Goodall? (Who Was?)Who Was Isaac Newton?Who Was Dr. Seuss?Who Was Marie Antoinette?Who Was Princess Diana?Who Was Walt Disney?Who Was Ben Franklin?Who Was George Washington?
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