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  • April morningApril morning

    Fast, Howard, 1914-2003.

    Adam Cooper signs up on the muster roll of the Lexington Militia on April 19th, 1775, and then lives through the first day of conflict with the British, during which his father is killed.

  • Dreaming in codeDreaming in code Ada Byron Lovelace, computer pioneer

    McCully, Emily Arnold.

    Chronicles the life and career of mathematician Ada Byron Lovelace.

  • George Orwell's Animal farmGeorge Orwell's Animal farm

    A critical commentary on George Orwell's classic satirical novel focusing on the obliteration of totalitarian regimes.

  • The turnaway girlsThe turnaway girls

    Chewins, Hayley.

    Twelve-year-old Delphernia Undersea has spent her whole life in the cloister, hidden from sea and sky by a dome of stone and the laws of Blightsend. Outside, the Masters--all boys and men--play music. Inside, the turnaway girls silently make that music into gold. Making shimmers, Mother Nine calls it. But Delphernia can't make shimmer. She would rather sing than stay silent. When a Master who doesn't act like a Master comes to the skydoor, it's a chance for Delphernia to leave the cloister.

  • US history through infographicsUS history through infographics

    Kenney, Karen Latchana.

    Introduces United States history, beginning with the mound builders long before Europeans came to North America, through the colonies, American Revolution, the Civil War, industrialization, emigration, World Wars, and on to the space race. Includes charts, maps, and illustrations.

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