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Escape to Freedom by
Call Number: 812 D296e
Publication Date: 1990-02-15
Born a slave, young Frederick Douglass endures many years of cruelty before escaping to the North to claim his freedom.
Benjamin Banneker by Focus on family this Advent and Christmas season : The Family Advent Wreath , a simple, eight-panel brochure provides you with the information you need to observe the four Sundays of Advent in your own home with family and friends. The first two panels give you simple information about the nature and purpose of Advent worship, the traditional meaning of the advent wreath and candles, and instructions for lighting the candles. The remaining panels provide the services for blessing your advent wreath, each of the four Sundays in Advent, and a Christmas Eve or Christmas Day service. Purchase a copy for each person who will particpate so that they can follow the service. Caution: If you use real candles in your wreath, observe all safety measures for both children and adults.
Call Number: B B226pa 1978
Publication Date: 1978-03-01
Justice and her brothers by An 11-year-old and her older twin brothers struggle to understand their supersensory powers.
Call Number: F H18j
The Skates of Uncle Richard by With her uncle's encouragement, a nine-year-old takes the first step toward realizing her dream of becoming a figure skater.
Call Number: F F363so 1995
Publication Date: 1995-01-17
Something on My Mind by
Call Number: 811 F321s
Publication Date: 1978-01-01
Poems expressing the hopes, fears, joys, and sorrows of growing up.