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Duey's Tale by
Call Number: E B154d 1975
Publication Date: 1975-02-01
A maple seedling becomes separated from his mother tree, makes friends with a bottle and a log, and searches for his own place in life.
Julius K. Nyerere by A biography of the African nationalist who led Tanganyika to independence, united that country with Zanzibar, and became the first president of Tanzania.
Call Number: Gen Coll DT448.25.N9 D8 1975
Publication Date: 1975-01-01
Paul Robeson by An updated and redesigned edition of an award-winning* biography of Paul Robeson, who overcame racial discrimination to become an international entertainer and civil rights activist. Includes a new introduction and afterword by the author, focusing on Robeson¿s legacy.
Call Number: B R549gr 2009
Publication Date: 2009-04-01
Fast Sam, Cool Clyde, and Stuff by New to 116th street, a young boy soon makes friends and begins a year of unusual experiences.
Call Number: F M992f
Publication Date: 1975-04-28
Song of the Trees by With the depression bearing down on her family and food in short supply, Cassie Logan isn't sure where her next meal will come from. But there is one thing that she knows will always be there-the whispering trees outside her window. Cassie's trees are a steady source of comfort to her, but they also happen to be worth a lot of money. When Mr. Andersen tries to force Big Ma to sell their valuable trees, Cassie can't just sit by and let it happen. She knows that her family needs the money, but something tells her that they need the trees just as much. The beloved heroine of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry enchants us again in this story of strength and pride.
Call Number: F T216s 2003
Publication Date: 2003-05-26