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The first chapter of SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST does a wonderful job of sucking you in. There's no gradual build up or background to wade through before you get to the fun stuff. (Check out the first two chapters here.) A cop goes into a diner and blows his brains out. No one knows why, or at least no one will admit it. The cop's sister needs answers and looks to Alex Delaware for some closure.Books for Independent ReadingVERY EASYEagle Boyretold by Gerald Hausman(Multicultural)Harper 1996 (32p)In this retelling of a Navajo legend, a young boy must prove himself clever and brave before he can receive a special gift.Fire on the Mountainby Jane Kurtz(Multicultural)Simon 1994 (40p)Alemayu, a shepherd boy, is challenged to spend a bitter-cold night alone on a mountain in exchange for a bag of money in this well-known Ethiopian folktale.EASYA Picture Book of Thurgood Marshallby David A. Adler(Multicultural)Holiday 1997 (32p)This simple biography chronicles the life of Marshall, from his years as a boy getting into trouble with teachers, to his appointment as the first African American Supreme Court justice.Allie's Basketball Dreamby Barbara E. Barber(Multicultural)Lee & Low 1996 (32p)When Allie receives a basketball from her father, she is determined to become a good player despite the discouragement of the neighborhood boys.Brave as a Mountain Lionby Ann Herbert ScottHoliday 1997 (32p)The author tells the story of Louis Braille, who, blinded by an accident at age three, developed a code for letters in his teens that eventually became the system known as Braille used now throughout the world. A page of letters and numbers in Braille is included.Wilma Unlimitedby Kathleen Krull(Multicultural)Harcourt 1996 (40p)When she is stricken with polio at age five, Wilma Rudolph is told she will never walk again, but years later in the Olympics she became the first woman to win three gold medals in track.The Cloudmakersby James Rumford(Multicultural)Houghton 1996 (32p)When a Chinese grandfather and his grandson are captured in the year 751, they win their release by teaching their captors the art of makingAnthony Reynoso: Born to Ropeby Martha Cooper(Multicultural)Clarion 1996 (32p)A Mexican American boy wants to learn to rope and ride in the Mexican Rodeo style handed down through many generations.AVERAGEPassage to Freedom: The Sugihara Storyby Ken Mochizuki(Multicultural)Lee & Low 1996 (32p)Against his government's orders but encouraged by his young son, Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara hand-wrote visas that allowed thousands of Lithuanian Jews to escape the holocaust.Grace the Pirateby Kathryn LaskyHyperion 1997 (64p)The author relates the true story of a young Irish girl who dreamed of becoming a pirate like her dad, Black Oak.The Divide by Michael BedardDoubleday 1997 (32p)As a young girl, Willa Cather was sorry when her family left their home in Virginia for the plains of Nebraska but soon grew to love her new home.Trapped by the Ice: Shackleton's Amazing Antarctic Adventureby Michael McCurdyWalker 1997 (40p)When Sir Ernest Shackelton sets out to be the first to cross the Southern Polar Cap and his ship and crew are stranded miles from nowhere in a sea of ice, it takes years to get back to civilization.Dear Mrs. Parks: A Dialogue with Today's Youthby Rosa Parks with Gregory J. Reed(Multicultural)Lee & Low 1996 (128p)Rosa Parks, known as the Mother of the Modern-Day Civil Rights Movement, answers questions from young people and offers them encouragment in facing life's challenges.Girlhood Journeys: Shannon: A Chinatown Adventureby Kathleen KudlinskiSimon 1996 (72p) also paperIn this book from the new Girlhood Journeys series, Shannon O'Brien, newly arrived in San Francisco from Ireland, rescues a Chinese girl from a life of servitude.A World of Knowing: A Story About Thomas Hopkins Gallaudetby Andy Russell Bowen(Social Studies)Carolrhoda 1995 (56p)Facing the challenge of his own ill health inspired Thomas Gallaudet to found the Hartford Shool for the Deaf, the first school of its kind in the country.Tanya's Reunionby Valerie Flournoy(Multicultural)Dial 1995 (56p)In this sequel to The Patchwork Quilt, Tanya is initially disappointed by her visit to the Virginia farm where her grandmother grew up.Iditarod Dreamby Ted WoodWalker 1996 (48p)Fifteen-year-old Dusty Whittemore and his dogs need intense preparation to race the grueling 158 miles of Alaska's Jr. Iditarod.Animals Who Have Won Our Heartsby Jean Craighead GeorgeHarper 1994 (64p)The author relates the stories of ten outstanding animals, including Balto the dog and Koko the gorilla, who have endeared themselves through acts of bravery or perseverance.CHALLENGINGOut of the Darkness: The Story of Louis Brailleby Russell FreedmanClarion 1997 (80p)Determined to communicate by the written word, a blind boy develops a system of raised dots known as the Braille alphabet, opening the doors of learning to blind people everywhere.Girls to the Rescue, Book # 3edited by Bruce Lansky(Multicultural)Meadowbrook 1997 (108p)In his latest collection, Lansky offers ten more stories about resourceful, courageous girls from around the world.Small Steps: The Year I Got Polioby Peg KehretWhitman 1996 (184p)Children's author Kehret, stricken with polio when she was twelve, recounts her struggle to survive and then to walk again.Girls to the Rescue, Book #2by Bruce Lasky(Multicultural)Simon 1995 (103p)Lasky has collected ten more stories about clever, courageous girls from around the world.Girls to the Rescue: Tales of Clever, Courageous Girls From Around the Worldby Bruce Lasky(Multicultural)Simon 1995 (100p)In this collection of amusing multicultural stories, resourceful young women reverse the folktale tradition of helpless heroines.Now Out of PrintRide the Red Cycleby Harriet Gillam Robinetreviews on Sitting Ducks - Vol. 1 - Duck Cravings (Animated)View all reviewsBars und CafésBars und CafésWelcome to AEJV Your Source For the Real Fine Art Peter Ellenshaw Gallery 13.00US 25.19 EUR18.60Joe Sorren GalleryGina LollobrigidaShop eBay StoresSilver Bulletins NewsLanre AdefioyeHEART STRING20 X 36 WorldGallery , Art Prints & Posters Gallery. Framed Art. Modern & Classic.Ruin Mist Gear Gifts and Collectibles : Poster Art PrintsMini Posters, Small Posters and Large PostersOriginal artwork created by popular author Robert Stanek. Enter the world of Ruin Mist and visit places beyond! Mini poster prints (11x17/12x18), Poster prints (13x20/16x20), Large poster prints (23x35).LOGIN | BECOME A MEMBER | HELP | CONTACT USAn argument we've heard for purchasing Limiteds is, It would be very expensive to find this pose in original animation This is sometimes, but not necessarily true. We suggest you explore all options before making your purchase. For example, we recently sold a one-of-a-kind Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty (1959) production cel for 4200, while the Disney Store sold a similar pose in a Limited Edition for 3400.Vanessa AngelMore Health and Fitness Listmania!Add your listCarr, Emily



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