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The Tamarack Treeby Underwood, Betty
Jane Addams: Pioneer of Social Justiceby Meigs, Cornelia
Phillip is excited when the Germans invade the small island of Curaçao. War has always been a game to him, and he's eager to glimpse it firsthand-until the freighter he and his mother are traveling to the United States on is torpedoed.
A young Polish girl and her family, taken prisoner by the Russians during World War II and shipped to a forced-labor camp in a remote, impoverished Siberian village, somehow manage to stay together and alive through near starvation and harsh arctic winters. A Jane Addams Children's Book Award Winner.
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
Meeting with a Strangerby Bradley, Duane
Profiles in Courage: Young Readers Memorial Editionby Kennedy, John Fitzgerald
The Monkey and the Wild, Wild Windby Johnson, Ryerson
The Road to Agraby Sommerfelt, Aimee
What Then, Raman?by Arora, Shirley L.
Champions of Peaceby Meyer, Edith Patterson
Chris Brabson hates Yankees. Union troops are down in Tennessee where they don't belong, and they took all the supplies his family had saved for winter. To add to it all, his own brother joined up with the Union Army. When Chris sees a Union wagon train cutting through his valley, he tells a spy--but then he finds out that his brother could be driving one of those wagons! Has he just caused his brother's death? A Newbery Honor book and Jane Addams Children's Book Award Medal Winner