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The Road to Paris

by Nikki Grimes

|January 10, 2008

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Paris has just moved in with the Lincoln family, and she isn?t thrilled to be in yet another foster home. She has a tough time trusting people, and she misses her brother, who?s been sent to a boys? home. Over time, the Lincolns grow on Paris. But no matter how…

Jazmin's Notebook

by Nikki Grimes

|February 17, 2000

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Jazmin Shelby was "born with clenched fists"-which is okay, since she's got a lot of fighting ahead of her. Her dad died a couple of years back, and now that her mom's in the hospital, it's just her and her big sister, CeCe. But that's fine by Jazmin. She's…

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The #1 New York Times bestselling picture-book biography of President Barack Obama is now in paperback. Ever since Barack Obama was young, Hope has lived inside him. From the beaches of Hawaii to the streets of Chicago, from the jungles of Indonesia to the plains…

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Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman lived during an era when Jim Crow laws and segregation were a way of life, but she didn't let that stop her. Although she was only 11 when the Wright brothers took their historic flight, she vowed to become the first African-American…

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Nikki Grimes offers a glimpse into the inspiring lives of Susan B. Anthony and Harriet Tubman. What if Harriet Tubman and Susan B. Anthony sat down over tea to reminisce about their extraordinary lives? What would they recall of their triumphs and struggles as…

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Dyamonde Daniel may be new in town, but that doesn't stop her from making a place for herself in a jiffy. With her can-do attitude and awesome brain power she takes the whole neighborhood by storm. The only thing puzzling her is the other new kid in her class.…

Dark Sons and A Girl Named Mister: Two YA Novels

by Nikki Grimes

|This title releases January 31, 2017

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In this ebook bindup of two best-selling novels by acclaimed novelist Nikki Grimes, we step into the complicated lives of young individuals struggling with identity and acceptance. Journey along the lives of these individuals as they find out just who they really.

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Gabriel "paced the halls of heaven" as he memorized God's message to Mary. He wondered what she would say. The Christmas story unfolds, as never before, through the voices of those who witnessed the Messiah's birth. Listen to Joseph's struggle. Rejoice with…

Dark Sons

by Nikki Grimes

|This title releases January 3, 2017

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A guy whose father ripped his heart out too. You and me, Ishmael, we’re brothers, two dark sons.   Destroyed, lost, and isolated, the perspectives of two teenage boys—modern-day Sam, and biblical Ishmael—unite over millennia to illustrate…

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Mary Rudine, called Mister by almost everyone, has attended church and sung in the choir for as long as she can remember. But then she meets Trey. His long lashes and smooth words make her question what she knows is right, and one mistake leaves her hiding a…

Almost Zero

by Nikki Grimes

|December 29, 2015

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Nikki Grimes was born and raised in New York City. She began writing poetry at age six and is well-known for writing award-winning books primarily for children and young adults. Bronx Masquerade and Talkin' About Bessie both won Coretta Scott King Awards, and her…

A Dime a Dozen

by Nikki Grimes

|October 1, 1998

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Twenty-eight poems celebrate family, culture, writing, and the spirit of a creative child.