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  • You wouldn't want to be at the Boston Tea Party!You wouldn't want to be at the Boston Tea Party! : wharf water tea you'd rather not drink

    Cook, Peter, 1946 May 13-

    Humorous illustrations, captions, and sidebars describe the events leading up to and including the Boston Tea Party.

  • Whose hat is this?Whose hat is this? : a look at hats workers wear--hard, tall, and shiny

    Cooper, Sharon Katz.

    Presents color illustrations of various types of hats worn by workers, and challenges readers to guess who the hats belong to. Includes information about each featured line of work and the importance of the hat to the job.

  • What is inside the Lincoln Memorial?What is inside the Lincoln Memorial?

    Rustad, Martha E. H. (Martha Elizabeth Hillman), 1

    Simple text and illustrations describe the history of the Lincoln Memorial that is located in Washington, D.C., discussing what Abraham Lincoln did to deserve the monument.

  • The Washington MonumentThe Washington Monument

    Nelson, Kristin L.

    An introduction to the purpose, structure, and history of the Washington Monument.

  • UnspokenUnspoken : a story from the Underground Railroad

    Cole, Henry, 1955-

    In this wordless picture book, a young Southern farm girl discovers a runaway slave hiding behind the corn crib in the barn and decides to help him.

  • Tapenum's dayTapenum's day : a Wampanoag Indian boy in pilgrim times

    Waters, Kate.

    Recreates a day in the life of a Wampanoag Indian boy during pilgrim times. Tapenum is disappointed when he isn't chosen to become a warrior counselor but he has a plan so that he won't be disappointed again next year.

  • Sit-inSit-in : how four friends stood up by sitting down

    Pinkney, Andrea Davis.

    "This picture book is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the momentous Woolworth's lunch counter sit-in, when four college students staged a peaceful protest that became a defining moment in the struggle for racial equality and the growing civil rights movement."--Amazon.com.

  • Sarah Morton's daySarah Morton's day : a day in the life of a pilgrim girl

    Waters, Kate.

    Text and photographs of Plimoth Plantation follow a pilgrim girl through a typical day as she milks the goats, cooks and serves meals, learns her letters, and adjusts to her new stepfather.

  • SAMUEL EATON'S DAYSAMUEL EATON'S DAY

    Waters, Kate.

    GOOD DAY TO YOU. I AM SAMUEL EATON. MY FAMILY SAILED FROM ENGLAND TO THIS NEW WORLD SEVEN YRS. AGO ON THE SHIP MAYFLOWER. I WAS A MERE SUCKING CHILD THEN AND I DON'T REMEMBER THE VOYAGE OR OUR FIRST WINTER HERE. NEARLY HALF THE PEOPLE DIED. MY MOTHER WAS ONE. FATHER AND MAM ARE MARRIED NOW, AND I HAVE WEE SISTER CALLED RACHEL. TODAY IS THE DAY I HAVE BEEN LONGING FOR. I AM TO HELP WITH THE RYE HARVEST FOR THE FIRST TIME. IT IS MY BEGINNING TO BE A MAN. IF I CAN SHOW FATHER THAT I AM UP TO THE TASK, PERHAPS HE WIL LET ME HELP WITH ALL THE HARVEST.

  • Promises to keepPromises to keep : how Jackie Robinson changed America

    Robinson, Sharon, 1950-

    A biography of baseball legend Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play in the major leagues, as told by his daughter.

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