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(5)AMAZING GRACE;MIRANDY;MAMA ACROSS THE SEA;FLOWER GIRL

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1. "Mommy Where Do Black People Come From?" by Carla J. Jones, Jessica S. Underwood (Illustrator) Hardcover Library Binding: 12 pages Publisher: Jones (February 1, 1996) Language: English ISBN: 0965551105 LIST PRICE: 12.95 Editorial Reviews The Anderson Herald Bulletin September 19, 1996 "It gets to the point about where we (black people) come from in a simple creative way." Book Description "Mommy Where Do Black People Come From?" is a short biblical story of the history and heritage of African Americans. It is written at a child’s level and gives a simple and positive respective of black history. The book is colorfully illustrated with large easy to read words. About the Author Carla J. Jones is the mother on one child. She is employed as a buyer in a purchasing department. She is a member of the following; (IAAGA) African American Genealogy Association, (NAPM) National Association of Purchasing Management and The Elkton Historical Society. She enjoys music, dancing, writing and being a family historian. 2. Mama, Across the Sea: Girl Waits for Mama Author: Alex Godard, George Wen Format: Hardcover with dust jacket Publisher: Henry Holt Co Publication Year: 2000 ISBN-10: 0805061614 Age Level: Ages 4 - 8 ISBN-13: 9780805061611 Condition: Brand New Subject: Social Situations 3. Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman, Caroline Binch ISBN-10: 0590460099 ISBN-13: 9780590460095 Format: Paperback Publication Year: 1993 Category: Education, Juvenile Fiction, Music, Religion ePID: 2554319 Height: 10.5 in. Width: 8.3 in. Thickness: 0.2 in. Weight: 4.0 oz. Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks Format: Soft cover ISBN-10: 0590460099 Publication Year: 1993 ISBN-13: 9780590460095 Age Level: 6-12 Subject: Learning to Read Condition: Good From Scholastic comes this cute book with a reading level of grade 1. A great read aloud book too. A Rainbow book. Grace can do anything she puts her mind to. She loves to act and to dance. Enjoy Grace and learn to read at the same time. There are no rips or marks on the pages and the spine is tight. Very minor wear to the cover. Overall condition is good to very good. 4. MIRANDY AND BROTHER WIND Author: Pat McKissack Format: Soft cover Publisher: Dragonfly Publication Year: 1997 ISBN-10: 0679883339 Age Level: Ages 9 - 12 ISBN-13: 9780679883333 Condition: Good Publication Date: 1997-01-01 Series: Dragonfly Books Illustrator: Jerry Pinkney Height: 11.0 in Width: 9.3 in Thickness: 0.2 in Weight: 5.6 oz Publisher's Note Illustrated in full color. "Mirandy is sure she'll win the cake walk if she can catch Brother Wind for her partner, but he eludes all the tricks her friends advise. This gets a high score for plot, pace, and characterization. Mirandy sparkles with energy and determination. Multi-hued watercolors fill the pages with patterned ferment. A treat to pass on to new generations. This ebullient collaboration captures the texture of rural life and culture 40 years after the end of slavery through the plucky determination of a little girl. A Caldecott Honor Book. A Coretta Scott King Award winner. Full color. 5. Flower Girl Butterflies by Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard (Author), Christiane Kromer (Illustrator) Soft Cover Publisher: Scholastic (2004) ISBN: 0439750458 Book Condition: Good. Sarah is going to be the flower girl at her Aunt Robin's wedding. She's very excited but a little scared, too. What if she does something wrong? Really nice story, lovely illustrations. Synopsis A young girl named Sarah nervously prepares to serve as the flower girl at her aunt's wedding. Will Sarah have what it takes to make it through the entire ceremony? Watercolor, colored pencil, and collage illustrations accompany the text. Sarah is both excited and nervous about being the flower girl in her aunt's wedding. Illustrator: Christiane Kromer Height: 9.3 in. Width: 9.8 in. Thickness: 0.5 in. Weight: 12.8 oz. Publisher's Note Sarah is a flower girl in Aunt Robin's wedding! She gets to wear a swirly, twirly dress and carry a basketful of flowers. How exciting! And scary. What if she trips? What if she drops her basket? What if she throws the flowers all wrong? Everyone will be watching. Sarah doesn't want to let Aunt Robin down, but she gets butterflies in her tummy just thinking about it. Author: Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard Edition: 1 Publisher: Greenwillow Publication Year: 2004 ISBN-10: 0439750458 Format: Soft cover Category: NO RETURNS
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