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Profiles women authors who have defied something that would have held others back, from societal convention to oppression, including Nellie Bly, Daisy Ashford, and Dang Thuy Tram.
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From indoor play in a made-up train, to a trip to the park and a bedtime cuddle with Daddy, Nellie's day is full of discoveries, in a title with bright collage illustrations by the creator of Hannah and the Seven Dresses.
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Folly

By Marthe Jocelyn

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Country girl Mary Finn's experiences as a servant in an aristocratic London household come to an unhappy conclusion, and, years later, her son, James Nelligan, leaves his foster family to live and be educated at London's Foundling Hospital.
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Hannah can never decide which of her beautiful dresses she should wear, and on her birthday she finally figures out what to do.
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Unable to decide which of her many collections to take to school, Hannah surveys her collections of buttons, shells, feathers, and other wonderful objects and comes up with a unique solution.
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Describes the hospital Captain Thomas Coram founded in eighteenth-century London for poor, homeless children, as well as the many luminaries of the day involved in its success and the life of the children who lived there. Original.
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One Some Many

By Marthe Jocelyn

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Introduces the concepts of number, color, and shape with flowers, bees, fish, sailboats, beach balls, pencils, pears, and windows.
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Ones and Twos

By Marthe Jocelyn

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In a colorful title by an award-winning author and her daughter, each page invites children to identify familiar objects--singularly or in pairs--ranging from kites to socks, giving toddlers and their caregivers much to discuss and to enjoy together.
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Labeled illustrations suggest various garments suitable for wearing in the fall.
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Labeled illustrations suggest various garments suitable for wearing in the wintertime.
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A creative collection of whimsical art projects uses easily found materials and is designed for laugh-provoking displays in public places, from a tiny cork-bottomed boat in a fountain to a funny message left on a bathroom mirror. By the author of Mable Riley.
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What We Hide

By Marthe Jocelyn

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An American teen at a Vietnam-era boarding school in England becomes one of a group of students who, in respective voices, hide the truths about their private lives, from Robbie and Luke's denial about their relationship to Brenda's secret about an encounter with the school doctor. By the award-winning author of Folly.
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A playful exploration of homonyms reveals how preschoolers can have fun with language, posing such questions as whether to find glasses on a shelf or a face and whether to find a wave at the beach or a train station, in an interactive story complemented by detailed collage illustrations.
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