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JOSEPH HAD A LITTLE OVERCOAT
TABACK, SIMMS (PBR 13008)
A very old overcoat is recycled numerous times into a variety of garments. (JNF, K-3)

THERE WAS AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY
TABACK, SIMMS (PBR 12003)
Presents the traditional version of a famous American folk poem first heard in the U.S. in the 1940's with illustrations on die-cut pages that reveal all that the old lady swallows. (JF)

BLACKER THE BERRY: POEMS
THOMAS, JOYCE CAROL (PBR 18046)
Thirteen poems praising various shades of skin color, from raspberry black and golden bronze to coffee black, eggplant purple, and snowberry white. In "Cranberry Red" a boy considers the possibility of Irish ancestors who reddened the Africa in his face. (2-4). Coretta Scott King Award.

THREE WITCHES
THOMAS, JOYCE CAROL (PBR 17024)
Three fierce, ticky witches are dtermined to eat a brother and sister, who are home alone. But the witches are outsmarted by a good snake, the two children, their brave grandma, and her three hound dogs. Adapted from a folktale collected by Zora Neale Hur (JNF, K-3)

POLAR BEAR NIGHT
THOMPSON, LAUREN (PBR 16020)
After wandering out at night to watch a magical star shower, a polar bear cub returns home to snuggle with her mother in their warm den. (JF, K-3)

CROSSING BOK CHITTO
TINGLE, TIM (PBR 17243)
In the 1800s, a Choctaw girl becomes friends with a slave boy from a plantation across the great river, and when she learns that his family is in trouble, she helps them cross to freedom. (JF, 2-4)

WORLD OF WORDS
TOBIAS, TOBI (PBR 12037)
An alphabetical collection of poems covering a diverse range of subjects, from animals to zoos. (JNF)

SATURDAY SANCOCHO
TORRES, LEYLA (PBR 10033)
Maria Lili and her grandmother barter a dozen eggs at the market square to get the ingredients to cook their traditional Saturday chicken sancocho. Includes recipe. (JF, K-3)

 
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