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Henrys Red Sea
Smucker, Barbara

The dramatic and courageous story of refugees from Russia. An actual event that happened in Berlin in 1946.

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Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The
Robinson, Barbara

Hey! Unto you a child is born! The Herdmans are absolutely the worst kids in the history of the world. They lie and steal and smoke cigars (even the girls). They talk dirty, hit little kids, cuss their teachers, set fire to Fred Shoemaker's old broken-down toolhouse, and take…

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Selina and the Bear Paw Quilt

Selina is a Mennonite girl living in Pennsylvania in the 1860s. She loves her farm delights in the spring flowers and most of all, takes pleasure in watching her grandmother piece together a quilt. Grandmother is following the Bear Paw pattern using stitches and techniques that were brought to America…

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Living History Level 21
Read-alouds 21
Boy Who Loved To Draw
Brenner, Barbara

This brief picture-book biography of Benjamin West, "the father of American art," has an informing theme that unifies text and illustration into a seamless whole. That theme is set in the brief prologue, which introduces the large West family and notes that when Benjamin was born in 1738, ten children, the…

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Living History Level 34
Read-alouds 34
If You Were There in 1492: Everyday Life in the Time of Columbus

Chock-full of little-known facts and written with you-are-there immediacy, this volume explores everyday life in Spain at the end of the 15th century.

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Living History Level 34
Read-alouds 34
Days of Terror
Smucker, Barbara

Through the eyes of a young Mennonite boy, Peter, you see life for Mennonites in the Russian Ukrainian villages just before Lenin came to power, and the great immigrations after he started his rule.

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Living History Level 43
Read-alouds 43
We'll Race You, Henry
Mitchell, Barbara

Henry Ford loved mechanical things: springs and gears and cogs and wheels, things that clicked and ticked and turned. One hot summer day in 1876, Henry and his father were riding to Detroit in the farm wagon when suddenly there was a huffing and puffing monster heading straight toward them. It…

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Living History Level 43
Read-alouds 43
Maker of Machines: Eli Whitney

Eli Whitney's love of inventing and pondering new ideas made him one of America's greatest inventors. Best known for inventing the cotton gin, one of the most important American inventions of the century, he changed cotton production forever. A few years later, Whitney invented machines to make muskets…

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Living History Level 43
Read-alouds 43
Underground to Canada
Smucker, Barbara

There's a place the slaves been whisperin' around called Canada. The law don't allow no slavery there. They say you follow the North Star, and when you step onto this land you are free. Taken away from her mother by a ruthless slave trader, all Julilly has…

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Living History Level 43
Read-alouds 43
Meet Abraham Lincoln
Cary, Barbara

This warmly told biography of our sixteenth president is enriched by many authentic but seldom told anecdotes and complemented by bold color illustrations that capture the spirit of Lincoln and his era.

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