All of the following can be found on the YHBA shelf (on the other side of the "new books" shelf):
J E Books...
Say, Allen. Kamishibai Man. Houghton Mifflin Company Books, 2005. J E Say
Learn about storytelling in Japan through this beautifully illustrated title.
Winters, Kay. My Teacher for President. Dutton Children's Books, 2004. J E Win (2 copies)
Find out why Oliver believes his teacher is the best candidate for President of the United States.
Robinson, Sharon. Promises to Keep: How Jackie Robinson Changed America. Scholastic Press, 2004. J 921 Robinson, J
Learn all about famous baseball player, Jackie Robinson, in this touching biography written by his daughter.
Battle-Lavert, Gwendolyn. Papa's Mark. Holiday House, 2003. J FIC Bat (2 copies)
An inspiring look into the beginning of African-American civil rights.
Cummings, Priscilla. Red Kayak. Dutton Children's Books, 2004. J FIC Cum
A thrilling story about the right and wrong choices made by young men.
Johnston, Tony. The Harmonica. Charlesbridge, 2004. J FIC Joh
A beautiful story about music and its positive effects inspired by Concentration Camp survivors.
Lester, Julius. Day of Tears. Jump at the Sun/Hyperion Books for Children, 2005. J FIC Les
A fresh perspective on slavery from Lester, written in dialogue.
Wright, Betty Ren. Crandall's Castle. Holiday House, 2003. J FIC Wri
Find out whether or not Charli is dealing with a haunted house in this spooky title.