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In early-nineteenth century Scotland, sixteen-year-old Josie, an orphan, is sent to live with an aunt and uncle on the rocky, stormy northwest coast. Everything and everyone in her new surroundings, including her relatives, is sinister, threatening, and mysterious. She's told that Eli, the young man she's attracted to, is forbidden to her, but not why. Spirited, curious, and determined, Josie sets…

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After reading in the newspaper that it's Valentine's Day, Mr. Goat sets out in search of very special gifts for his first love. But what gifts can a goat choose to perfectly show how he feels? Everyone will be in for a great surprise when they hear about Mr. Goat's nontraditional selections!

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It is washday. 'Are you ready for work, Lizzie girl?' Grandma asks. 'I am,' Lizzie replies. It's hard for her to set aside her plans for a tea party, but she rolls up her sleeves. Together, Lizzie and Grandma haul the steaming washtub to the workbench and shave lye soap into the boiling water. They rub, rub, rub the clothes over the washboard, pull them through the wringer, and hang them out to dr…

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Francisco learns about honesty and integrity when he helps his grandfather find work as a day laborer.

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Every October 28th Tony and his extended Italian-American family take the ferry to Liberty Island and have a picnic to celebrate the Statue of Liberty's birthday. Tony thinks this yearly outing is dumb because the Statue is not real, but his grandmother responds, 'She's not alive... But she's certainly real. And so is what she stands for.' Tony sees a family who has recently emigrated and is moved…

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Still grieving for her dead mother, Laura finds comfort in the past - until her new stepmother shows how much she cares.

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A unique retelling of Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral, focusing on the cart used to transport his coffin through the streets of Atlanta, Georgia, from Ebenezer Baptist Church to Morehouse College. The text also features the large number of people who walked the funeral route and were buoyed by MLK's positive influence, as well as Ada and Belle, the mules that pulled the cart.

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It is washday. 'Are you ready for work, Lizzie girl?' Grandma asks. 'I am,' Lizzie replies. It's hard for her to set aside her plans for a tea party, but she rolls up her sleeves. Together, Lizzie and Grandma haul the steaming washtub to the workbench and shave lye soap into the boiling water. They rub, rub, rub the clothes over the washboard, pull them through the wringer, and hang them out to dr…

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Callie's family can't stay in their house, so they're moving to an apartment in the city. The new place is small but nice, Mom says, and most of their things won't fit. So, today, almost everything Callie's family owns is spread out in their front yard-their furniture, their potted flowers, even Callie's bike. And it's kind of hard to watch people buy your stuff, even if you understand why it has…

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