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Finding Moon Rabbit:
A War. A Camp. A Girl. A Letter.

By J.C. Kato and J.C.²
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214 pages, Grade level 3 to 8

In 1942 President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which forced 120,000 people of Japanese descent from their homes and into ten internment camps. Half were children. Finding Moon Rabbit is the story of a Japanese American girl and her family held at Heart Mountain, Wyoming, and how they kept their hopes alive. An insightful story of courage, patience, survival, and resisting injustice for readers of any age. “As an educator, I especially appreciated the newspaper clippings and thoroughly researched details.” Author, Kerry O’Malley Cerra.

Tooney: The Cat Who Loved Music

By Julie Ronci Sipes, Illustrated by David Lawter
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40 pages, Grade level preschool to 3

 

The charming children’s story of Tooney, a cat who grows up in a musical household where she’s the only one who can’t make music. Then one day life changes for Tooney! Illustrated in full color, Tooney: The Cat Who Loves Music is available in hardcover or paperback formats. It’s truly a story to delight the entire family and inspire young and old to learn a musical instrument. Read it to the young ones, or let your beginning readers enjoy it for themselves.

 

I Am a Tree: The Wonderful World of Trees!

By Julie Ronci Sipes, Illustrated by David Lawter
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44 pages, Grade level preschool to 3

 

I am a Tree is truly the wonderful world of trees! Illustrated in lush color, this 42-page book is perfect for the whole family, from young to old. It includes six distinctive sections: the illustrated verses of I Am a Tree; Tree Trivia—Fascinating Tree Facts; Oldest, Tallest, Largest, facts about the World’s Great Trees ; Trees as the universal symbol of life in spiritual traditions; a family fun quiz about trees in folklore, books, and movies; and wise quotes about trees to capture the creative imagination.

My MS Journey: Recalculating
A Memoir by Judith Krum
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138 pages

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In My MS Journey: Recalculating, Judith Krum presents a deeply personal memoir that follows the frequent twists and turns of her living with Multiple Sclerosis, as well as the many other challenges she has faced. The reader will come to understand what it takes to be a disability rights advocate as well as how one adapts to living a vulnerable life as a person with a disability. Judy began life as a TAB (temporarily able-bodied) person who finds herself now a person with a disability, a member of that club which anyone can be made to join at any moment.

Sons of The People
By Janet Pesicka Watson
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258 pages

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A novel written for middle grade youth, Sons of The People is filled with adventure and is an enchanting read for anyone curious about pre-historic times. For all their young lives, Pato and Tutuntee enjoyed the safety and love of their extended family. As members of the Chak-wit clan, the two brothers were learning life skills they needed to survive in the primitive wilderness that was Florida—7,000 years ago. A terrifying experience suddenly separates the boys from their clan, and they become the captives of strangers. How will they handle this challenge?

Lily’s Story: Carolina Girls in Detroit City
By Mary Jane Barenbaum
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202 pages. Adult, historical novel

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Lily’s Story: Carolina Girls in Detroit City is a two generation coming of age, historical novel. It begins in 1930 at the cusp of Prohibition and the Great Depression when sisters Anna and Betty arrive in Detroit as part of the Great Migration, then jumps forward to the family cottage in the 1950s, where Anna’s daughter Lily takes center stage.

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Finding Moon Rabbit:
A War. A Camp A Girl. A Letter.

By J.C.Kato and J.C.²
Hardcover Retail Price: $21.99
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Paperback Retail Price: $14.99
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Tooney: The Cat Who Loved Music

By Julie Ronci Sipes, Illustrated by David Lawter
Hardcover Retail Price: $19.99
Bookstore/Library Price: $11.99
Paperback Retail Price: $14.99
Bookstore/Library Price: $8.99

I Am a Tree: The Wonderful World of Trees!

By Julie Ronci Sipes, Illustrated by David Lawter
Hardcover Retail Price: $21.99
Bookstore/Library Price: $13.19
Paperback Retail Price: $15.50
Bookstore/Library Price: $9.30

My MS Journey: Recalculating
A Memoir by Judith Krum
Paperback Retail Price: $12.00
Bookstore/Library Price: $7.20

Sons of The People
By Janet Pesicka Watson
Paperback Retail Price: $14.99
Bookstore/Library Price: $8.99

Lily’s Story: Carolina Girls in Detroit City
By Mary Jane Barenbaum
Paperback Retail Price: $14.99
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