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After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, 13-year-old Tetsu and his Japanese-American family are sent to the Gila River Relocation Center in Arizona where a fellow prisoner starts a baseball team, but when Tetsu's sister becomes ill and he feels responsible, Tetsu stops playing.
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After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, 13-year-old Tetsu and his Japanese-American family are sent to the Gila River Relocation Center in Arizona where a fellow prisoner starts a baseball team, but when Tetsu's sister becomes ill and he feels responsible, Tetsu stops playing.
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Rejecting the idea that she is destined to become a poet, 11-year-old Emily Elizabeth Davis loses an important family secret hidden in a volume of Emily Dickinson's poems and forges unexpected connections while searching through used-book stores all across town. By the award-winning author of The Year the Swallows Came Early. 30,000 first printing.
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After her father is sent to jail, eleven-year-old Groovy Robinson must decide if she can forgive the failings of someone she loves.
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Eleanor 'Groovy' Robinson's eleven-year-old life, so thoughtfully planned, including plans to go to culinary school, starts to go wrong when her father lands in jail, her friend's absent mother reappears, and the swallows migrate to her hometown early. Expecting the unexpected, she learns about forgiveness. (Ages: 9-12).
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