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After Ever After

After Ever After

by Nelson, Karen

It is said that a thing does not exist until we examine it, measure it. Fairy tales ask us what it means to be human, but it doesn't really answer the question. That is why we keep coming back to them, retelling them, exploring them again...

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Albert Builds a Friend Ship

Albert Builds a Friend Ship

by Barboa, Linda

Albert is listening carefully as his teacher, Miss Dixie, talks about friendship. Albert knows he has friends, but he does not have a ship! The beautiful illustrations help children understand about friendship and, like Albert, realize that they each have a "Friend Ship" in their heart.

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Albert es mi amigo

Albert es mi amigo

by Luck, Jan

Conoce a Albert. El no habla mucho, pero tiene muchas y muy grandes ideas. A Mary Louise le gusta como es Albert a pesar de que es diferente de sus otros amigos. Albert y Mary Louise quieren que todos sepan que esta bien ser diferente.

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Albert is My Friend

Albert is My Friend

by Luck, Jan

Meet Albert. He doesn't say much, but has a lot of great ideas. Mary Louise likes Albert even though he is different from her other friends. Albert and Mary Louise want everyone to know that being different is okay. "Albert is My Friend: Helping Children to Understand Autism" is about the friendship between a young boy, Albert, who is on the autism spectrum and his friend, Mary Louise...

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Albert Thinks About His Future

Albert Thinks About His Future

by Luck, Jan

Albert Thinks About His Future is the engaging story of Albert, a young pre-verbal boy on the autism spectrum, as he thinks about the many possibilities he has for his future. His family and friends encourage him to think about his strengths and interests as he considers his potential occupations.

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Autism - What Schools Are Missing: Voices for a New Path

Autism - What Schools Are Missing: Voices for a New Path

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With more than half a million children in the United States diagnosed with some degree of autism, public schools are struggling to keep up with the growing needs. The majority of these students are educated in local public schools, and those schools must now step up to the challenge...

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Believing Bones

Believing Bones

by Jackard, Jill

What if some of life's hardest questions could be answered by the most unsuspecting among us? What if the simplest of truths were found in the smallest of hearts? And what if believing was all that was needed to journey there? For what matters most in life is sometimes only seen through the eyes of those whose purpose in this world often goes unnoticed...

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Brothers, Blue & Gray

Brothers, Blue & Gray

by Massey, Ellen Gray

The Civil War has broken out in Missouri and Lettie Worthington won't take sides-though she has a brother fighting in each army and a fiancé with a guerrilla band sympathetic to the South. Not involved in the conflict, Lettie deals with her own struggles and hardships at home, and with the help of former slaves, she saves her family's hemp and tobacco farm...

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Captain John Dix 1796-1879

Captain John Dix 1796-1879

by Manning, Dan R.

John Dix was born with an adventure-seeking spirit. Within a year after of his father's death, he shipped out at the age of 16 on a privateer during the War of 1812. That led to him joining the South Pacific merchant trade, and becoming Captain of his own ship...

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Deadwood Dead Men

Deadwood Dead Men

by Markley, Bill

In August 1876, Jack Jones, a reporter for a Chicago newspaper, is assigned to write about the doings of Deadwood, Dakota Territory—an illegal gold camp that knows no law. The lure of gold in the Lakota’s Black Hills draws prospectors and many colorful characters, such as Al Swearengen, Calamity Jane, Colorado Charlie Utter, Seth Bullock, Madame Mustache, and Sol Star, and it also lures...

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Deaf in a City of Music

Deaf in a City of Music

by O'Guin Steele, Poppy

What happens to someone who can't hear the music in a City of Music? A city where Deaf means something is broken and needs to be fixed? Where the home of the great Johnny Cash has never heard of Beethoven's Nightmare? The Deaf children in the City of Music are screaming to be heard. The moral behind the Joe Paterno case has not yet been learned from that grim tale...

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Doris Free

Doris Free

by Brookins, Cara

Life on a Wisconsin farm in the 1930s isn't easy. Doris Free and her family are struggling because of the Depression, and the whole town is on edge as they work to survive. When a new family moves to Tomah to manage the general store and introduces Cole, the first black man most of the town's people have ever seen, conflicts begin to build...

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Dragon Sight

Dragon Sight

by Clark, Anthony

Hundreds of years ago, the Spear family banishedall dragons to the four corners of the earth, where they posed no threat to human civilization. Today, the dragons are beginning to reemerge from exile. Thirteen-year-old Zach Spear's community is being terrorized by a dragon, but only he can actually see it. He has the gift of his ancestors: dragon sight...

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Dragons I Have Known

Dragons I Have Known

by John, Judith

According to Carl Jung, dragons are an archetype ingrained in our unconscious. Dragons of stories, however, come in many forms, colors and sizes. Initially, I wanted to understand how dragon archetypes might be synthesized, as Joseph Campbell did with heroes, but world of dragons is so varied that I could not really find a starting place...

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Dreams Rewritten

Dreams Rewritten

by Yates, Bill

Dreams Rewritten is an eclectic collection of poetry written across the years from the perspective of a young college student, a husband and family man, and a mature and aging adult. Yates employs a range of poetic techniques from simple, descriptive poems to an experimental, highly creative voice. Author and historian, Dr...

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ECLECTICA

ECLECTICA

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Contemporary fiction to Western, Sci Fi to nonfiction, in the form of short stories, poetry, nonfiction, a screen play, a memoir, and a novella, the anthology Eclectia, offers a variety of genres for adult and YA readers. Laugh with some pieces, fight tears with others, and be transported by creative storytellers in this unparalleled collection of writings.

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El dilemma de Emma

El dilemma de Emma

by McCluskey-Shipman, Molly

Alguna vez has sentido como otros pensarIan que eres diferente? Eso es exactamente la forma en que Emma se siente cuando su maestra anuncia el proyecto de clase para crear un Arbol genealOgico. Emma es cierto que todo el mundo en su clase no va a entender y aceptar lo que significa ser adoptado. PodrA resolver su dilema?

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Ellen

Ellen

by Law, Steven

Overview Ellen: A Collection of Stories and Essays by Johnny D. Boggs, Robert Vaughan, Steven Law A SPECIAL TRIBUTE All of the contributors to this book were friends and family of Ellen Gray Massey, and all of them considered her a model of a strong woman. There was a consensus among contributors that proceeds from the sale of this book be donated to charities that helped women...

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Embrace

Embrace

by Law, Steven

A collection of romance stories including New York Times Best-seller Kat Martin.

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Emma's Dilemma

Emma's Dilemma

by McCluskey-Shipman, Molly

Have you ever felt like others would think that you're different? That’s exactly the way that Emma feels when her teacher announces the class project to create a family tree. Emma is certain that everyone in her class won't understand and accept what it means to be adopted. Can she solve her dilemma?

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The Everywhere House

The Everywhere House

by Lincoln, Sherry

Sherry Lincoln’s childhood home had sat next to the Brentwood Library for forty-two years. Each time she visited the library, she always took a moment to reminisce and also to inspect it for changes as the house embraced new owners. In 2013, she noticed something peculiar: her house was gone...

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Flying Lucky 13

Flying Lucky 13

by Skelley, Billie Holladay

Flying Lucky 13 details the life and accomplishments of aviation pioneer Hugh Armstrong Robinson (~1881-1963). Beginning with his early motorcycle and automobile exploits, the text follows Robinson’s career from ballooning and dirigible flights to gliders and powered airplanes...

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Folk Wisdom of the Ozarks

Folk Wisdom of the Ozarks

by Jameson, W.C.

Folk wisdom varies from region to region, and the Ozark Mountain variety was, and still is, peculiar and very special to the residents of this grand range. For the most part, early Ozarkers, though scattered, were bound together by common geography, religion, ethnic background, language, customs, dress, architecture, and even hardship...

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Footprints in the Ozarks

Footprints in the Ozarks

by Massey, Ellen Gray

This collection of short essays, written over a period of years, pictures the true Ozarks and its people as Ellen Gray Massey has experienced them. While it captures the scene it also shows how the area has influenced her personal and professional life. From her childhood attending school in Washington D.C...

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Gadget Geeks

Gadget Geeks

by Brookins, Cara

Drew is a computer geek who loves to build things out of electronic scraps that other people throw out. He has developed an amazing new Robot that works on a unique power source — all from parts he found while dumpster diving. Hope is a wealthy Hispanic girl with busy parents. She certainly never planned to dig in trash heaps for robot pieces — but she learns to enjoy it...

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Generation Exercise

Generation Exercise

by Saunders, Len

Young, old, and everything in between, everyone benefits from being physically fit. Regular exercise provides the strength, stamina, coordination, and flexibility that leads to happier, healthier, and longer lives. It helps reduce stress, improves self-image, and enhances performance—whether at work or in school...

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Girls Don't

Girls Don't

by Ragland, Joyce

Sixteen-year-old Lorena is a science nerd at a time when girls don’t do science. It’s 1962 and the message from President Kennedy’s Committee on the Status of Women isn’t well received in her conservative community. Lorena plays the roles expected of a good girl. She’s Lorena to her teachers, Lor to her friends, and Reenie to her Dad...

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Her Enemies, Blue & Gray

Her Enemies, Blue & Gray

by Massey, Ellen Gray

Lettie is surrounded by enemies. She has just buried her brothers from opposite sides in the Battle of Lexington, Missouri, in September 1861. The Union sergeant believes all Missourians are enemies and especially Lettie, since Wolfe, her fiance', rides with a bushwhacker gang working for the Confederacy...

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I Can Do That

I Can Do That

by Saunders, Len

A gentle, caring and loving story about the "gift of giving" that will foster happy emotions. It is a journey of two friends named Ican (the older, wiser daisy) and Ann (the younger, impressionable daisy), and the special friendship created. Ican's positive attitude and willingness to help everyone in his environment is truly something to admire and respect...

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John James Dix

John James Dix

by Manning, Dan R.

Not many have experienced so much of Texas history, first hand, like John James Dix. At the age of seven he had gone to Texas with his family, arriving in Stephen F. Austin's colony, and listened to the stories of his father who fought in the early battles of the Texas Revolution under heroes of the Republic-Austin and Travis...

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Jon's Bouncing Ball

Jon's Bouncing Ball

by Bicknell, Marva Dale

Jon, born with Down syndrome enjoys the same imaginations as his typical friends. Take a journey with him through the breathtaking Yellowstone National Park as he shares his adventure in this all-inclusive book and learns important environmental lessons from an ancient Arapaho elder.

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a la Cosecha

a la Cosecha

by Duncklee, John

Esta es la historia de los viajes de Antonio BeltrAn, un trabajador agrIcola migrante de MExico...

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  • Believing Bones
  • Brothers, Blue & Gray
  • Captain John Dix 1796-1879
  • Deadwood Dead Men
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  • Dragon Sight
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  • Dreams Rewritten
  • ECLECTICA
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