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Michelle Roehm McCann

  • 4 stars across 5 books
    Michelle Roehm McCann has worked as a children's book editor and art director for more than twenty years, as well as writing and compiling several award-winning children's books of her own. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, two world-rocking kids, and their brilliant cats, Horace and Percy.
    16th November 2017

    Girls Who Rocked The World

    "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" Eleanor Roosevelt Get ready to meet some... More

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    22nd February 2018

    Girls Who Changed the World

    Going after you dream doesn't have to wait - be empowered by these incredible women and start changing the world now. ... More

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    30th December 2010

    Boys Who Rocked the World: Heroes from King Tut to Shaun White

    A fully updated, comprehensive collection of true, inspirational profiles of successful young men from throughout histor... More

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    18th October 2018

    Boys Who Made A Difference

    When it comes to making a difference, there's no such thing as too young! Get ready to meet some incredible young men ... More

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