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Rain of Fireby Buss, Fran Leeper
Hiroshima No Pikaby Maruki, Toshi
All the Colors of the Raceby Children, Arnold Adoff By Our
Children as Teachers of Peaceby Children, Arnold Adoff By Our
Twelve-year-old Binnie, whose mother runs a company boarding house in Lowell, Massachusetts, begins working in a textile mill and is caught up in the 1836 strike of women workers.
First Woman in Congress: Jeannette Rankinby White, Florence Meiman
A biography of the author's mother concentrating on her childhood in Turkey before the Turkish government deported its Armenian population. The 1980 Newbery Honor Book.
Natural Historyby Goffstein, M. B.
Woman from Hiroshimaby Mori, Toshio
With emphasis on the tribes in North America, this book uses the art and artifacts of various Indian cultures to illustrate events affecting their history from earliest times through 1973.
A young girl is sent to live with her grandmother in Chinatown and finds her Chinese heritage for the first time.
Amifikaby Davar, Lucille Clifton By Ashok
A brief account of King Asoka and how he ruled over his dynasty making it powerful and symbolized Ashoka Chakra. Throughout centuries the wheel of King Asoka has been there to inspire us to live as did this great king of India - in peace and love.
Six million Jews were killed in Europe between the years 1933 and 1945. What can that number mean to us today? We can that number mean to us today? We are told never to forget the Holocaust, but how can we remember something so incomprehensible?
A biography of the black man who became a famous singer, actor, and spokesman for equal rights for his people.
The Princess and the Admiralby Pomerantz, Charlotte
Nildaby Mohr, Nicholasa
The Tamarack Treeby Underwood, Betty
Jane Addams: Pioneer of Social Justiceby Meigs, Cornelia
In June 1941, the Rudomin family is arrested by the Russians and sent to Siberia. For 5 years, Esther and her family live in exile, with only the strength of their family to sustain them.
The story of a twelve-year-old Italian boy who, while suffering under German occupation, struggles to protect his spirit and humanity which was his late mother's only wish.
Queenie Peavy is the worst troublemaker at school and the best shot in Georgia - with her father in jail, why shouldn't she be angry? But Queenie wonders what would happen if she tried to behave herself, just for one day...
Berries Goodmanby Neville, Emily Cheney
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