Girls to the Rescue
Meadowbrook Press, 1997 - Children's stories - 108 pages
A collection of ten stories, some based on folklore, featuring admirable girls in both familiar and exotic settings.
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Emily and the Underground Railroad
Kamala and the Thieves
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Annie apple baskets began berries black cat bowl Bruce Lansky burro Bush Caitlin chef Chelm chicken Chumbly Cloudberry Trifle coconut cook courage cracksman door Emily Eric escaped slaves eyes farm father girls gold Grandma Harriman hats head heard hidden hiding huge hungry Iuno Izzy Jerry Juno Kamala king kitchen knew Kristin land Lars looked Maid Marian Martha Johnson master Maya milk Molly asked Mother Mustapha neighbors Original Story Pandora Papa pastries pick pickle jar pooka pronounced rain Rajah Rajiv Rescue Robin sack sandwich Sarah Scalawags scullery maid Sheriff Sheriff of Nottingham Sherwood Forest shook sleigh smell smiled someone Sonja spoon step stirred the soup stone soup Tara taste tax collectors Thomas thought Thunder Timothy told Tomas and Gabriela took tree Uncle Underground Railroad village walked whispered zloty