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Finding Langston
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|January 7, 2020

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A Coretta Scott King Author Honor Book Winner of the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction When eleven-year-old Langston's father moves them from their home in Alabama to Chicago's Bronzeville district, it feels like he's giving up everything he loves.…
Quilt Alphabet
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|September 1, 2002

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From apples to cows, kettles to scarecrows, warm country images abound in this delightful alphabet poem.
The Power Of Her Pen: The Story Of Groundbreaking Journalist Ethel L. Payne

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“A solid treatment of an important but little-known figure, and it may prompt kids to think about the role and composition of a free press.” — BCCB “Cline-Ransome tells [Ethel Payne’s] story with economy and drive. ‘Somebody…
Counting the Stars: The Story of Katherine Johnson, NASA Mathematician

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“A detail-rich picture book.” — Kirkus Reviews “Straightforward and inviting.” — School Library Journal From award-winning author Lesa Cline-Ransome and acclaimed illustrator Raúl Colón comes the sensitive,…
Before She Was Harriet
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|June 11, 2019

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An evocative poem and stunning watercolors come together to honor an American heroine in a Coretta Scott King Honor and Christopher Award-winning picture book. We know her today as Harriet Tubman, but in her lifetime she was called by many names. As General…
Not Playing By The Rules: 21 Female Athletes Who Changed Sports

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This powerful and inspiring collection features 21 female trailblazers in their sport, perfect for fans of Women in Sports and Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls ! Before girls wore pants or women were permitted to swim in bathing suits at public beaches, who…
Leaving Lymon
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|January 7, 2020

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Behind every bad boy is a story worth hearing and at least one chance for redemption. It's 1946 and Lymon, uprooted from his life in the Deep South and moved up North, needs that chance. Lymon's father is, for the time being, at Parchman Farm--the Mississippi…
Overground Railroad
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|January 7, 2020

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A window into a child's experience of the Great Migration from the award-winning creators of Before She Was Harriet and Finding Langston . As she climbs aboard the New York bound Silver Meteor train, Ruth Ellen embarks upon a journey toward a new life up North--…
Game Changers: The Story of Venus and Serena Williams
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|July 3, 2018

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An ALA Notable Book “This lovingly crafted picture book biography centers on the incredible bond between Venus and Serena Williams…An important selection for biography and sports collections.” — School Library Journal (starred review)…
My Story, My Dance: Robert Battle's Journey to Alvin Ailey
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|October 27, 2015

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A boy discovers his passion for dance and becomes a modern hero in this inspiring picture book biography of Robert Battle, artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. When Robert Battle was a boy wearing leg braces, he never dreamed he’d…
Young Pele: Soccer's First Star
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|September 13, 2011

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How did a poor boy named Edson—who kicked rocks down roads and dribbled balls made from rags—go on to become the greatest soccer player of all time? Here is the story of the boy who with great determination, lightning speed, and amazing skill overcame…
Major Taylor, Champion Cyclist
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|January 1, 2004

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Marshall Taylor could ride his bike forward, backward, even perched on the handlebars. When his stunts landed him a job at the famous Indiana bike shop Hay and Willits, folks were amazed that a thirteen-year-old black boy in 1891 could be such a crackerjack…
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