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Pegeen

Author: Hilda van Stockum

Publisher: Bethlehem Books

Item #: N00129

Young Pegeen was one of the many friends made by Francie in his trip around Ireland. Her Grannie has just now died. Pegeen sees no reason why she may not stay on in the small mountain%2

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Buffalo Bill

Author: Ingri D'Aulaire, Edgar D'Aulaire

Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books

Item #: BF011

The story of Buffalo Bill and the opening of the west in true D'Aulaire style.

Price: $6.50

Tom Sawyer Adventures

Author: Mark Twain

Publisher: Dover Publications

Item #: D226

Tom Sawyer is one of the most popular protagonists in the history of American literature. Although Tom resides in a small, ordinary Missouri town, his daring exploits land him in the center

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Leif the Lucky

Author: Ingri D'Aulaire, Edgar D'Aulaire

Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books

Item #: BF014

This book details the life of Leif the Lucky from his childhood in Greenland to his conversion to Christianity and discovery of North America.

Price: $10.95

Amos Fortune, Free Man

Author: Elizabeth Yates

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N272

For the first 15 years of his life Amos Fortune was At-mun, prince of an African tribe. He always believed that, as a future king, he was born to serve his people. But At-mun?s li

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Pocahontas

Author: Ingri D'Aulaire, Edgar D'Aulaire

Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books

Item #: BF015

The true story of the Indian maiden Pocahontas, Captain John Smith, and the Jamestown settlement. An authentic and yet very human portrayal of a best-loved heroine.

Price: $7.95

Anne of Green Gables

Author: Lucy Maud Montgomery

Publisher: Dover Publications

Item #: D218

When Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew send for an orphan boy to help Matthew on the farm, Anne Shirley, a skinny, red-headed girl who never stops talking, arrives instead. %

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Benjamin Franklin

Author: Ingri D'Aulaire, Edgar D'Aulaire

Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books

Item #: BF010

Details his life from his boyhood as one of the youngest of 17 children, to his teen years as an apprentice in his brother's print shop and later years as inventor, salesman, diplomat

Price: $9.50

Bridge to Terabithia

Author: Katherine Paterson

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N381

Jess Aarons wanted to become the fastest runner in the fifth grade, and to achieve this goal, Jess practices all summer. But when Leslie Burke shows up in school, Jess discovers he is%2

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Columbus

Author: Ingri D'Aulaire, Edgar D'Aulaire

Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books

Item #: BF012

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Price: $11.95

Bronze Bow, The

Author: Elizabeth George Speare

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N271

Daniel?s childhood came to an abrupt end when his father was condemned to death by Romans, his mother died of grief, and his sister went insane. He and his sister were cared for by

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Abraham Lincoln

Author: Ingri D'Aulaire, Edgar D'Aulaire

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N623

From his humble beginnings in the Kentucky wilderness to the peak of his career as President, this picture biography brings Lincoln to life for first-time readers.

Price: $10.50

Carry on Mr. Bowditch

Author: Jean Lee Latham

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N477

Nathaniel Bowditch loves to work with numbers. School is Nat?s favorite time. Unfortunately Nat must give up his dream to go to Harvard when he must quit school to work for his father. La

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Giver, The

Author: Lois Lowry

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N383

Jonas?s community is a perfect society. There is no pain or hunger, everyone is provided for, and there are no problems. A set of Rules governs everything from the formation of families%2

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Hiding Place, The

Author: Corrie Ten Boom

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N514

The year is 1937. The place is Haarlem, in the south of Holland. The Hiding Place opens as the ten Boom family celebrates 100 years of watch making in their home, a place called the%2

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Holes

Author: Louis Sachar

Publisher: N/A

Item #: N518

Accused of a crime he did not commit, Stanley Yelnats is sentenced and sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile detention camp. But there is no lake at Camp Green Lake; only a dried-up l