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Law Book Featured in Dayton Magazine

Haki and the Rule of Law - coloring bookThanks to a major grant from the Ohio Bar Foundation, more than 40,000 students statewide -- 1,200 in the Dayton Public School System -- received the second edition of Haki and the Rule of Law in January 2014.

The new magazine dedicated exclusively to Dayton's businesses, communities and entertainment featured the Rule of Law and its author Attorney Merle Wilberding. Read the article or download it.

 Haki and the Rule of Law illustrates in a fun and simple way the origin and impact of America's justice system, while fulfilling Core Curriculum standards. The book is available in our Catalog page.

Tuskegee Airmen

The Tuskegee Airmen
 

Follow these daring men as they became heroes in their own time for their brave acts for America during World War II. The book is based on the true history of the first African-American fighter pilots and ground crews in the U.S. Army Air Corps. 

$5 (plus shipping)

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Curve Ball

The Curve Ball

The History of the Negro Baseball Leagues

 

Created in partnership with the Negro League Baseball Museum, the book highlights the extraordinary African-American figures, pivotal places and defining events of this period in baseball history. Featuring original illustrations by national award-winning artist Abner Cope.

$8 (plus shipping)
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Train Without Tracks

Secrets of the Underground Railroad

Developed with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, the book depicts this amazing passage in American History, when people of different races, religions and regions worked together to help enslaved African Americans reach a life of a freedom. Featuring prints of paintings from the Smithsonian exhibit by award-winning artist Janice Northcutt Huse.

(Please allow 2 weeks for printing in addition to shipping time.)

$8 (plus shipping)
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Purchases can also be made by check and sent to:

Children's Historical Publishing

1616 Turnberry Village Dr.

Dayton, OH 45458

 



HBA Honored as Top-Rated 2013 Nonprofit
$75 pledge provides a single book title for an entire classroom of 25 students, after-school program or youth group. Each title fulfills the new Ohio Core Curriculum standards.

Pledge today $10, $20 or any amount you can to make these learning-activity books available for dozens of schools, hundreds of teachers and thousands of students.
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Children's Historical Publishing is Top Rated Non-Profit 

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FEATURED

Even kids learn about the 100th Anniversary of the Great Dayton Flood! Published and available this week! Concept, text and images by Curt Dalton. Look for it at Dayton Art Institute and Carillon Park SOON! And, as always, thousands will be donated to local grade schools for classroom social studies history-- a little engineering, and reading and activity pages. — with Kathleen Russell and 15 others. The Great Dayton Flood  

Home Based Arts USA began in 1994 with the mission of creating education programs and products to enrich the lives of children, especially minority and at-risk youth. The focus of the organization has always been to increase children's investment in their community by making them aware of the rich and valuable history of Dayton and the Miami Valley. The work of HBA can be seen in such places as your local bookstore to museums nationwide. The President of the United States and dignitaries from around the world have witnessed our achievements.

Our current programs are the development of Learning Activity Books and music that are of historical and cultural in nature to serve as both a learning tool and to help bridge the gap in social issues.

Please donate to make a difference—help a kid in need learn by reading.

Children’s Historical Publishing division is continually developing new LABs—Learning Activity Books and proudly displays these on our web site.

  • Focusing on special topic studies for elementary and middle school students, these books and teaching guides are designed to help bridge the gap on topics that do not have in-depth curriculum coverage.

  • All topics include learning and activities that will help develop student's knowledge based on age appropriate benchmarks.

  • The kids think they're coloring books and games-- teachers and parents love the word games, writing activity and essay contest.

  • Grades 1-7 depending on the title.

  • Curriculum Guides for teachers are offered free available as a download from this site.

  • All books are printed on high quality real paper-- not newsprint.

By increasing the knowledge and awareness level in areas of local, state, and national history, we believe that enriched self-awareness and strengthened character will be the results for our youth and for our community.

If you believe in education and year-end tax savings consider making a donation to help us continue creating educational and enrichment materials for children. We at the Children’s Historical Publishing division of Home Based Arts USA are very proud of our outreach and being able to supply elementary students across the nation with more than 250, 000 books. Thank you for your friendship and support. See letter.

 

 

Since we launched website in 2008 we acknowledge the support, work, dedication and creativity of our Webmaster Dan  Barrett at Spiritual Gifts Website Design.

All the kids, teachers and parents
thank you Dan!

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