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Cold War On Maplewood Street

Author : Gayle Rosengren
ISBN : 9780698171244
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Cold War anxieties play out in a sensitively told story set during the Cuban missile crisis in the 1960s, perfect for fans of Gary Schmidt and Kristin Levine. Joanna can’t get over how her brother broke his promise to never leave like their dad did. Sam is thousands of miles away on a navy ship, and no matter how often he sends letters, Joanna refuses to write back. When she makes a promise, she keeps it. But then President Kennedy comes on TV with frightening news about Soviet missiles in Cuba—and that’s where Sam’s heading. Suddenly Joanna’s worries about being home alone, building up the courage to talk to a cute boy, and not being allowed to go to the first boy-girl party in her grade don’t seem so important. Maybe sometimes there are good reasons to break a promise. The tense timeline of the Cuban missile crisis unfolds alongside a powerful, and ultimately hopeful, story about what it means to grow up in a world full of uncertainty.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Cold War America 1946 To 1990

Author : Facts on File Inc
ISBN : 9781438107981
Genre : Cold War
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Uses statistical tables, charts, photographs, maps, and illustrations to explore everyday life in the United States during the Cold War period.
Category: Cold War

Flying A Red Kite

Author : Hugh Hood
ISBN : 9781459738577
Genre : Fiction
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A beautiful new edition of Hugh Hood’s debut story collection. It all started toward the end of the 1930s, when the young Hugh Hood serviced a flourishing Saturday Evening Post delivery route with more than fifty weekly customers. That was where the author-to-be first encountered the short story, in the fiction of the famous magazine writers Damon Runyon, Guy Gilpatric, Arthur Train, and the master of them all, P.G. Wodehouse. Hood would go on to write several novels and short story collections. Perhaps more importantly, he would be a founding member of the now-legendary Montreal Story Tellers group. Reissued here on its 55th anniversary, Hood’s first collection of short fiction, Flying a Red Kite contains some of his most well-known short fiction, from the post-apocalyptic visions of “After the Sirens” to the Faulknerian portrait of rural Ontario in “Three Halves of a House.” Flying a Red Kite is an essential window into the work of a major and unique Canadian talent.
Category: Fiction

How To Coach Teachers Who Don T Think Like You

Author : Bonnie M. Davis
ISBN : 9781452208442
Genre : Education
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This how-to resource encourages teachers to write and reflect upon their practices in a unique approach to coaching that bridges content areas and honors distinctive learning styles.
Category: Education

International Documentary

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ISBN : UOM:39015053415322
Genre : Documentary films
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Category: Documentary films

One World

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ISBN : UOM:39015039489656
Genre : International organization
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Category: International organization


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105118882179
Genre : Amusements
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Category: Amusements