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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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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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Fifth grade sleuth Cam Jansen and her friend Eric combine wits to solve the disappearance of a young French girl.
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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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Cam Jansen, with Eric at her side, helps solve the mystery of what happened to Mr. Day's tennis trophy.
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A stroll around a county fair reveals that fractions, decimals and percents are everywhere, including the pie-eating contest, the arcade and even the prize booth. By the creators of Money Madness.
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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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Triangles

By David A. Adler

Our Price: $9.00
Introduces triangles, discussing the different types of triangles and the concept of triangle size measured in degrees.
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Cam Jansen uses her amazing photographic memory to help classmate Annie find the tooth she lost at school, in a title of a popular series featuring the young sleuthhound. Reprint.
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