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  • PridePride : the story of Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag

    Sanders, Rob, 1958- author.

    This true story traces the life of Harvey Milk and one of his most important conributions: the Gay Pride Flag.

  • Colossal and concreteColossal and concrete : what am I?

    Markovics, Joyce L., author.

    What is made of colossal concrete blocks and holds back a huge lake? If you guessed the Hoover Dam, you're right! This book introduces early readers to a mystery American place by describing its features, one by one, using short simple sentences and full-color photos. At the end of the book, the secret place is revealed across a colorful, two-page spread.

  • Free as a birdFree as a bird : the story of Malala

    Maslo, Lina, author, illustrator.

    The true story of Malala Yousafzai, human rights activist and the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. In Pakistan, people said girls should not be educated. Malala's father sent her to school, and she spoke up for education in her country. Though an enemy tried to silence her powerful voice, she would not keep quiet. Now she advocates for the right to education and equality of opportunity for every person.

  • All that trashAll that trash : the story of the 1987 Garbage Barge and our problem with stuff

    McCarthy, Meghan, author.

    The true story of a garbage barge that didn't have a place to dock---and was one of the events that led to the recycling movement.

  • The family with two front doorsThe family with two front doors

    Ciddor, Anna, author.

    The days and nights of the Rabinovitch family--a rabbi, his wife, and their nine children who live in the Jewish quarter of Lublin, Poland, in the 1920s--are filled with joy, adventure, and ritual, but the biggest adventure occurs one summer when the oldest daughter Adina is betrothed to a young man from Warsaw. Based on the history of the author's Nana Nomi.

  • The best motherThe best mother

    Surrisi, Cynthia, author.

    What if Maxine could find a new mom who doesn't make her brush her teeth or comb her hair? Let the searching begin! After interviewing mothers at the park, the toy store, and the zoo, Maxine decides that her own mother is worth keeping.

  • The thrifty guide to the American RevolutionThe thrifty guide to the American Revolution : a handbook for time travelers

    Stokes, Jonathan W., author.

    The second guidebook in this series takes readers back to Colonial America right as the Revolution is taking place. From learning how to score a lunch with Alexander Hamilton to enlisting in General George Washington's army, this handy book has it all.

  • A prickly problemA prickly problem

    Kelly, Jacqueline, author.

    When the Tate family dog, Ajax, has a run-in with a porcupine, things get prickly--and dangerous--quickly. It'll take Callie's quick thinking and doctoring, along with a little help from Dr. Pritzker, to make things right. Will Ajax learn to leave other critters alone?

  • Zoom in on mining robotsZoom in on mining robots

    Latta, Sara L., author.

    Mining can be a dirty and dangerous business. Some mines are difficult, if not impossible, for humans to reach. Bring on the robots! They help clean up mining disasters, drill into the ocean floor for copper and gold, and much more.

  • Vernon is on his wayVernon is on his way : small stories

    Stead, Philip Christian, author, illustrator.

    Join Vernon and his friends Skunk and Porcupine on a series of three enchanting adventures.

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