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Marley Not A Peep

Author : John Grogan
ISBN : 9780062074799
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 56.25 MB
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Jeepers peepers! Cassie’s class hatched chicks at school, and Cassie gets to bring them home for the weekend to share with her family. The chicks are very cute, but will need a lot of attention . . . which Marley soon finds out. While Cassie is out of the house on a playdate, leaving Marley to babysit, the chicks get loose from their cage and begin to run around the house! Can Marley round up the chicks before Cassie gets back, or will the temptation to have a playdate of his own be too great for him to resist? Find out in this lively Marley I Can Read!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Lola En La Biblioteca

Author : Anna McQuinn
ISBN : 9781607344407
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 57.49 MB
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Every Tuesday Lola and her mother visit their local library to return and check out books, attend story readings, and share a special treat.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

More Than They Bargained For

Author : Jason Stein
ISBN : 9780299293833
Genre : History
File Size : 39.57 MB
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parliamentary maneuvers, a camel slipping on icy Madison streets as union firefighters rushed to assist, massive nonviolent street protests, and a weeks-long occupation that blocked the marble halls of the Capitol and made its rotunda ring. Jason Stein and Patrick Marley, award-winning journalists for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, covered the fight firsthand. They center their account on the frantic efforts of state officials meeting openly and in the Capitol's elegant backrooms as protesters demonstrated outside. Conducting new in-depth interviews with elected officials, labor leaders, cops, protestors, and other key figures, and drawing on new documents and their own years of experience as statehouse reporters, Stein and Marley have written a gripping account of the wildest sixteen months in Wisconsin politics since the era of Joe McCarthy.
Category: History