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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 14 related to Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters.   

Thank You, Jackie Robinson

Barbara Cohen - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 128 pages
After Sam's father died, he became so wrapped up in the Brooklyn Dodgers that he could describe every game they'd played in the past four years. Nobody was very interested ...
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John Steptoe, Earl B. Lewis - Juvenile Fiction - 2003 - 32 pages
Charles helps Hector, a student who has just moved from Puerto Rico, adjust to his new life.
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Baby Says

John Steptoe - Juvenile Fiction - 1988 - 32 pages
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The Story of Jumping Mouse

John Steptoe - Juvenile Fiction - 1989 - 40 pages
"You will reach the far-off land if you keep hope alive within you." The words of Magic Frog give courage to the young mouse on his long and perilous journey to reach the ...
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She Come Bringing Me That Little Baby Girl

Eloise Greenfield - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 32 pages
A young boy resolves his disappointment with his new baby sister by becoming an older brother. ‘How he changed his opinion about his sister is developed in a . . . visual and ...
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John Steptoe - Juvenile Fiction - 1986 - 32 pages
An African-American child resents and then misses a little foster brother. One day my momma told me, "You know you're gonna have a little friend come stay with you." And I said ...
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Jeffrey Bear Cleans Up His Act

John Steptoe - Bears - 1983 - 32 pages
A bear who is bored with school gains a new appreciation of his teacher after he falls asleep and dreams that he is the teacher.
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City and town life - 1976 - 81 pages
A fourteen-year-old black girl living in the city tries to answer some very tough questions about life.
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Train ride

John Steptoe - Juvenile Fiction - 1971 - 31 pages
When his friends call his bluff, Charles must take them on the long train ride from Brooklyn to Times Square and find the way back again.
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