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March: Book Two March: Book One Susan Marcus Bends the Rules
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March Two by John Lewis March: Book One, the story of John Lewis Susan Marcus Bends the Rules
Congressman John Lewis takes us behind the scenes
of the Civil Rights movement: on the way to Selma.
John Lewis was a leader and organizer in the earliest Civil Rights Movement, along side Martin Luther King: nonviolent lunch-counter sit-ins, the first steps toward desegregation. Susan Marcus has been transplanted to St. Louis and is having a hard time understanding why black children and white children can't play together. But Susan finds a way to get around the rules...
Personalized Terry Bib I'm Like You, You're Like Me (PB) Personalized Hooded Towel
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Gingham Trim Bib I'm Like You, You're Like Me, a celebration of differences Personalized Hooded Towel
Add a special touch to baby's mealtime with this adorable personalized bib Teach children not only to notice our differences and similarities, but to celebrate them! Soft enough for a baby and made to be enjoyed through the toddler years! Your choice of Hebrew or English embroidery
Our Big Home As Good as Anybody (PB) It's Okay to Be Different
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Our Big Home, an Earth Poem As Good as Anybody It's Okay to Be Different by Todd Parr
Through poetry and beautiful illustrations, we are led to think about many different aspects of living on earth, a home that we share with many people, plants and animals. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel stood
for justice and equality. Here is the story of two icons for social justice, how they formed a
remarkable friendship and turned their personal experiences of
discrimination into a message of love and equality for all.
Understanding, acceptance, and confidence are the messages in this simple book so inviting to young readers with its bold, whimsical pictures.