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Full-color illustrations highlight the life story of the young Jewish girl, who became a victim of the Nazis but whose diary--written while she was in hiding with her family--has become world famous.
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A brief account of the life and accomplishments of Eleanor Roosevelt.
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A biography of the black woman who escaped from slavery to become famous as a conductor on the Underground Railroad
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A new portrait of the first African-American player in the major baseball leagues tells the story of Jackie Robinson, star athlete and pioneer in the struggle for equal rights for African Americans.
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Presents a portrait of the personal life and career of Sam Houston who is best known for defeating the Mexican Army in 1836 and establishing Texas as an independent nation.
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Junior sleuth Jeffrey Bones and his grandfather enjoy a day at the amusement park until their tickets to ride the giant roller coaster mysteriously disappear.
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A collection of forty-five calculator riddles explains how words can be formed with upside-down calculator digits and encourages young readers to solve such riddles as "When ghosts chew gum, what do they blow?"
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Through the use of her photographic memory and the perseverance of a friend, Cam undercovers the secret of the mysterious disappearance of her box camera and some gold coins.
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Through the use of her photographic memory and the perseverance of a friend, Cam undercovers the secret of the mysterious disappearance of her box camera and some gold coins
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Using her photographic memory Cam Jansen joins Eric in solving the mystery of how some of the school computers were stolen.
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A picture book biography about the statesman and signer of the Declaration of Independence, from his privileged childhood to his involvement in the Continental Congress. (Ages: 4-8).
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(Three Cam Jansen Mysteries in One!).
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