Ordinary People Change the World Gift Set
The New York Times bestselling series is now available in a box set!
What makes a hero? Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos answer that question, one great role model at a time. And now you can buy the first fourAbraham Lincoln, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, and Albert Einsteintogether in a wonderfully designed slipcase that includes an exclusive, autographed print, suitable for framing.
"This is not just a series of books," says bestselling author Brad Meltzer. "This is my dream for my daughter. My dream for my sons. These aren't just the stories of famous people. They're what we're all capable of on our very best days. This is our history and, I hope, our greatest legacy."
Abraham Lincoln lost five separate elections before being elected president.
Abraham Lincoln is the only president in American history to hold a patent.
Amelia Earhart was called "Lady Lindy" because her bone structure and thin build resembled that of Charles Lindbergh.
The U.S. government spent $4 million on the missing person search for Earhart, the most costly in history at the time.
Growing up, Rosa Parks attended a one-room schoolhouse.
Rosa's grandfather, Sylvester Edwards, was one of the slaves set free in Alabama in accordance with the 13th Amendment in the US constitution.
Albert Einstein taught college courses in 1908.
In 1919, Albert Einstein's theory of relativity was published in 1919.