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Thumbelina

Tom Roberts, Hans Christian Andersen - Juvenile Fiction - 2005 - 28 pages
After being stolen by an ugly toad to be her son's bride, Thumbelina, a tiny girl no bigger than a thumb, escapes with the help of animal friends and after many adventures ...
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Six creepy sheep

Judith Ross Enderle, Stephanie Gordon Tessler - Social Science - 1992
Relates in rhyme the adventures of six little sheep who go trick-or-treating on Halloween night.
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Blockhead: The Life of Fibonacci

Joseph D'Agnese - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2010 - 40 pages
A biography of Leonardo Fibonacci, the 12th century mathematician who discovered the numerical sequence named for him.
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Six Sleepy Sheep

Jeffie Ross Gordon - Counting. - 1993 - 24 pages
After being awakened, six sheep try various antics to get back to sleep.
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Who Is Barack Obama?

Roberta Edwards - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2009 - 112 pages
As the world now knows, Barack Obama has made history as our first African-American president. With black-and-white illustrations throughout, this biography is perfect for ...
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Who Was Franklin Roosevelt?

Margaret Frith - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2010 - 112 pages
Although polio left him wheelchair bound, Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office during the Great Depression and served as president during World War II. Elected four times, he ...
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Who Was Jackie Robinson?

Gail Herman - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2010 - 112 pages
As a kid, Jackie Robinson loved sports. And why not? He was a natural at football, basketball, and, of course, baseball. But beyond athletic skill, it was his strength of ...
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Air Is All Around You

Franklyn M. Branley - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2006 - 40 pages
When it's not windy, it can be easy to forget about air. But air is everywhere–it fills your house, your car, and even your empty milk glass. In fact, a regular room holds ...
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