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Magid Fasts for Ramadan

Mary Matthews - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 48 pages
It is the first day of Ramadan, the month when good Muslims eat nothing and drink nothing all day, every day, from sunrise to sunset. Mama and Baba have told Magid he isn't old ...
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Creativity

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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Big Boy

Tololwa Marti Mollel, Earl B. Lewis - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 27 pages
Little Oli wants to be big enough to go bird hunting with his brother Mbachu but has to take a nap instead.
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What's in Aunt Mary's Room?

Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard, Cedric Lucas - Juvenile Fiction - 2002 - 32 pages
While visiting their Great-Aunt Flossie, two sisters get a chance to see what family treasures are stored in a locked room there.
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I Love My Hair!

Natasha Tarpley - Juvenile Fiction - 1998 - 28 pages
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America as Story: Historical Fiction for Middle and Secondary Schools

Rosemary K. Coffey, Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1997 - 216 pages
Collects historical fiction, ranging from colonial times to the Vietnam and Gulf Wars, that provides an educational selection for the classroom.
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Down the Road, Part 1995

Alice Schertle - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 40 pages
Hetty is very careful with the eggs she has bought on her very first trip to the store, but she runs into trouble when she stops to pick apples.
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Joe-Joe's First Flight

Natasha Tarpley - Juvenile Fiction - 2008 - 40 pages
Forbidden to fly because of their color, Joe-Joe and the men who clean and repair airplanes in the 1920s are so discouraged that the moon cannot even shine, until Joe-Joe's ...
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The bat boy & his violin

Gavin Curtis, Earl B. Lewis - African Americans - 1998
Reginald is more interested in practicing his violin than in his father's job managing the worst team in the Negro Leagues, but when Papa makes him the bat boy and his music ...
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