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The three boys are gone. Her parents are beaten. Joe and Little Sam are brought back to the plantation and beaten. But Ben is gone. The slaves sing, hope, and pray that Ben made it to freedom. On Monday. With a simple free verse text and beautiful paintings, James E. Ransome tells a powerful story and leaves readers wondering what did happen on Monday.
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Deborah Hopkinson. Don Tate. Determined to be educated, he eventually made it to Harvard, where it has been said a professor told him that Black people had no history. Carter who earned a PhD in history established Negro History Week in and devoted the rest of his life to informing people about Black history. Back matter includes author and illustrator notes, a bibliography, timeline, list of Black leaders, and source notes. Crab Cake: Turning the Tide Together. Andrea Tsurumi.
Houghton Mifflin. And crab bakes cakes.
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Then one night, with a big splash, a boatload of trash is dumped into the ocean. All the startled animals freeze, except for Crab. Crab bakes a cake, which brings everyone together.
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Meet Miss Fancy. Irene Latham.
John Holyfield. Frank adores everything about elephants but has never seen one in real life. The characters are fictional, but Miss Fancy was real and lived at Avondale Park for 21 years. Chitra Soundar. Uma Krishnaswamy. This collection of eight original tales with the flavor of traditional Indian folklore in both the telling and black-and-white artwork will delight children.
When the King is unable to preside, year-old Prince Veera and his best friend, Suku, get permission to hold court. How do they handle the candy maker who charges a man for smelling the candy? How do they find a way to count all the crows in the kingdom? Each story is filled with humor and a bit of trickery.
Readers will enjoy trying to solve the problems before the clever boys do. Superlative Birds. Leslie Bulion. Robert Meganck. Leslie Bulion presents 20 clever poems about record-breaking birds from around the world. Throughout the book, a chatty chickadee contributes information about characteristics unique to birds and those they share with other animals. Back matter includes a glossary, notes about the poetry forms Bulion uses, and resources for further exploration about the world of birds.
Laura Freeman. A series of free verse poems each with a colorful digital illustration tells her life story of enslavement on a Mississippi plantation where she learned to be an herbalist and midwife, being sold and migrating West with a Mormon family, and finally finding freedom in California where she became a key figure in the first Black community of Los Angeles. The pairing of the biographical poems with pages of well-organized expository text with definitions, photographs, text boxes, and timelines and the inclusion of source notes, a bibliography, and an index make this an excellent classroom resource.
An epilogue and extensive back matter provide additional background and resources including a scrapbook of captioned photographs and a timeline of school desegregation and civil rights landmarks. Malala Yousafzai. Little, Brown. The second part includes oral histories of girls she has met in her world travels as an activist. Each entry is a personal story of flight from a homeland, loss, and survival as well as hopes and dreams for the future. Fake News: Separating Truth from Fiction. Michael Miller. The well-organized text includes subtitles, numerous examples, captioned color photographs, and text boxes of related information; and the extensive back matter includes source notes, a glossary, a selected bibliography, further information books, websites, films and videos , and an index.
Susan Kuklin. This is a timely book to read and, most importantly, to discuss. Susan Knell is a professor in the department of Teaching and Leadership at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas, where she teaches literacy and literature courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. Carl and the Meaning of Life. Deborah Freedman. He finally has his answer and gets busy turning the hard dirt back into fluffy, fertile soil, which sprouts seeds for the mouse who asked him the question in the first place and triggers a chain of events that benefits everyone.
Cyril and Pat.
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Emily Gravett. Cyril, the only squirrel in Lake Park, is lonely until he meets Pat. Cyril happily shouts that his new friend is a big gray squirrel, but Pat is actually a rat. The other animals try to point out his error. Fear the Bunny. Richard T. Priscilla Burris. The most feared animal in the forest. Tiny T.
Rex and the Impossible Hug. Jonathan Stutzman.
Jay Fleck. A lot. Emily Butler.