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    Ballerina dreams

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    Ballerina dreams : from orphan to dancer

    DePrince, Michaela.

    The autobiography of Michaela DePrince, who lived the first few years of her life in war-torn Sierra Leone until being adopted by an American family. Now seventeen, she is one of the premiere ballerinas in the United States.

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    Little Melba and her big trombone

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    Little Melba and her big trombone

    Russell-Brown, Katheryn, 1961-, author.

    "A biography of African American musician Melba Doretta Liston, a virtuoso musician who played the trombone and composed and arranged music for many of the great jazz musicians of the twentieth century. Includes afterword, discography, and sources"-- Provided by publisher.

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    Keena Ford and the field trip mix-up

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    Keena Ford and the field trip mix-up

    Thomson, Melissa, 1979-

    Keena and her second-grade class go on a field trip to the United States Capitol where they meet a congressman; and Keena makes a big impression, which she documents in her new journal.

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    Keena Ford and the second-grade mix-up

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    Keena Ford and the second-grade mix-up

    Thomson, Melissa, 1979-

    Second grader Kenna Ford tries to do the right thing, but always seems to make things worse, especially when it comes to a mixed up birthday.

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    Keena Ford and the secret journal mix-up

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    Keena Ford and the secret journal mix-up

    Thomson, Melissa, 1979-

    When she accidentally leaves her journal in Tiffany's apartment, Keena is afraid that Tiffany will reveal all of her secrets.

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    Clayton Byrd goes underground

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    Clayton Byrd goes underground

    Williams-Garcia, Rita.

    Clayton is forbidden by his mother from playing the blues after his grandfather dies and runs away to the subways to join a band.

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    Let the children march

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    Let the children march

    Clark-Robinson, Monica.

    Under the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, children and teenagers march against segregation in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963.

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    The quickest kid in Clarksville

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    The quickest kid in Clarksville

    Miller, Pat Zietlow.

    Growing up in the segregated town of Clarksville, Tennessee, in the 1960s, Alta's family cannot afford to buy her new sneakers--but she still plans to attend the parade celebrating her hero Wilma Rudolph's three Olympic gold medals.

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    Jazzy Miz Mozetta

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    Jazzy Miz Mozetta

    Roberts, Brenda C.

    On a beautiful evening, Miz Mozetta puts on her red dress and blue shoes and dances the jitterbug just like she did many years before.

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