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Susan Marcus Bends the Rules Not This Turkey! Inquisitor's Tale HB
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Susan Marcus Bends the Rules Not this Turkey!  Thanksgiving in the New World Inquisitor's Tale: or the Three Magical Children and their Holy Dog
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... Papa wins the Thanksgiving raffle, a real, live turkey that he had to walk home from the subway.  A Sydney Taylor Notable Book for younger readers. 13th century characters cross paths: a monastery oblate, a Jewish refugee, and a psychic peasant girl with a loyal greyhound, join forces on a chase through France to escape persecution. Sidney Taylor Award Winner, 2017
On One Foot PB Bicycle Spy HB March: Book One
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On One Foot: the man who wanted to learn Torah Bicycle Spy by Yona Z McDonald March: Book One, the story of John Lewis
Rabbi Hillel helps a man learn Torah while standing on one foot. Marcel delivers
bread...and secret messages for the resistance during WWII.
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.
Our Big Home As Good as Anybody (PB) March: Book Three
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Our Big Home, an Earth Poem As Good as Anybody March, Book Three by Congressman John Lewis
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.
Inside the Civil Rights Movement on the way to the historic March on Washington