Seamus Cavan - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1993 - 64 pages
Traces the history of Irish immigration to the United States, discussing why the Irish emigrated, their problems in a new land, and their contributions to American culture.
Rewa - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 93 pages
When taken from an orphanage and put on an ocean liner for America in 1922, six-year-old Molly May makes friends and finds adventures while on her way to live with relatives.
Mickle Brandt Maher - Juvenile Fiction - 2003 - 74 pages
When the world was young, a tailor who does not do tailoring and his brother and sister, experts at shoveling and spitting respectively, embark on a journey which results in ...
Peggy Parish - Juvenile Fiction - 1989 - 32 pages
A girl describes her love-hate relationship with her brother Willy, who calls her a pest but comes to her defense when another boy calls her the same thing.