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Aïda by Price, Leontyne. Aïda

Retells the story of Verdi's opera in which the love of the enslaved Ethiopian princess for an Egyptian general brings tragedy to all involved.

Sep 13, 2021
Cool! whoa! ah! and oh! - what is an interjection? by Cleary, Brian P., 1959- author. Cool! whoa! ah! and oh! - what is an interjection?

Humorous cat characters and rhymes clarify the concept of interjections.

Sep 16, 2021
Defiant - growing up in the Jim Crow South by Hudson, Wade, author. Defiant - growing up in the Jim Crow South

"The memoir of Wade Hudson, a Black man and Civil Rights activist who came of age in the 1960s at the height of the Civil Rights Movement"--

Sep 17, 2021
Guinness world records 2022. by Guinness world records 2022.

This latest edition of the world's best-selling annual book looks at how despite pandemic and lockdowns, record-breaking has continued, with a focus on how people are going to extreme lengths to save the environment.

Sep 16, 2021
I'm and won't, they're and don't - what's a contraction? by Cleary, Brian P., 1959- I'm and won't, they're and don't - what's a contraction?

Presents an introduction to the rules for contraction in English, providing humorous, illustrated examples.

Sep 13, 2021
Mass incarceration, Black men, and the fight for justice by Lewis, Cicely, author. Mass incarceration, Black men, and the fight for justice

"The US criminal justice system disproportionately targets Black men, resulting in much higher incarceration rates and impacts that can last a lifetime. Readers learn this system's history and context and ways they can help"--

Sep 16, 2021
My Pet Goldfish by Rayner, Catherine My Pet Goldfish

Sep 17, 2021
September 11 by Romero, Libby, author. September 11

With age-appropriate text and compelling photos, this book recounts the world-changing events of September 11, 2001, and tells the inspiring story of the heroes who raced to save lives.

Sep 16, 2021
Stitch by stitch - Elizabeth Hobbs Keckly sews her way to freedom by Schofield-Morrison, Connie, author. Stitch by stitch - Elizabeth Hobbs Keckly sews her way to freedom

"A talented seamstress, born enslaved in 1818, bought freedom for herself and her son"--

Sep 17, 2021
That's Betty! - The Story of Betty White by Bonsignore, Gregory/ Potter, Jennifer M. (ILT) That's Betty! - The Story of Betty White

Sep 17, 2021
The Cat on the Mat - All About Mindfulness by Worth, Bonnie/ Ruiz, Aristides (ILT) The Cat on the Mat - All About Mindfulness

Sep 17, 2021
The opioid epidemic and the addiction crisis by Smith, Elliott, 1976- author. The opioid epidemic and the addiction crisis

"This engaging and informative title delves into the history of the opioid crisis, details the science behind opioid addiction, and advises young people on how they can help those in their communities struggling with addiction"--

Sep 16, 2021
Understanding COVID-19 by Goldstein, Margaret J., author. Understanding COVID-19

"Learn all about COVID-19, including its global spread, social distancing guidelines, and the search for a vaccine. This approachable book will help readers understand the pandemic and answer many of their questions about the disease"--

Sep 16, 2021