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Book of the Week Archives

All Genres From The Year 1997
A Drop of Water: A Book of Science and Wonder by Walter Wick (3/17/1997)
A Ripple of Hope: The Life of Robert F. Kennedy by Barbara Harrison and Daniel Terris (11/13/1997)
An Extraordinary Life: The Story of a Monarch Butterfly by Laurence Pringle (7/7/1997)
Awake and Dreaming by Kit Pearson (6/16/1997)
Boom, Baby, Boom, Boom! by Margaret Mahy (9/29/1997)
Bowman's Store: A Journey to Myself by Joseph Bruchac (11/10/1997)
Butterfly Boy by Virginia Kroll (9/15/1997)
Celebrating Families by Rosemary Hausherr (4/21/1997)
Chasing Redbird by Sharon Creech (4/14/1997)
Daddy Calls Me Man by Angela Johnson (11/3/1997)
Dear Mrs. Parks: A Dialogue with Today's Youth by Rosa Parks and Gregory J. Reed (1/20/1997)
Dick King-Smith's Animal Friends: Thirty-One True Life Stories by Dick King-Smith (1/6/1997)
Faith and the Electric Dogs by Patrick Jennings (2/24/1997)
Farmer's Market by Paul Brett Johnson (6/23/1997)
Flood by Mary Calhoun (4/7/1997)
From Head to Toe by Eric Carle (8/18/1997)
Habibi by Naomi Shihab Nye (11/17/1997)
Harlem: A Poem by Walter Dean Myers (4/28/1997)
HIV Positive by Bernard Wolf (9/22/1997)
If You Were Born a Kitten by Marion Dane Bauer (11/24/1997)
In Daddy's Arms I Am Tall by Various African-American Poets (12/1/1997)
Jelly Beans for Sale by Bruce McMillan (2/17/1997)
Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems/Jiomates risuenos y otros poemas de invierno by Francisco X Alarcon (8/11/1997)
Lily's Crossing by Patricia Reilly Giff (8/25/1997)
Lucky Song by Vera B. Williams (7/14/1997)
Ma Dear's Aprons by Patricia C. McKissack (5/26/1997)
My Baby Brother Has Ten Tiny Toes by Laura Lueck (5/19/1997)
No Turning Back: A Novel of South Africa by Beverley Naidoo (6/30/1997)
Oh, Freedom! Kids Talk About the Civil Rights Movement with the People Who Made It Happen by Casey King and Linda Barrett Osborne (3/31/1997)
Ordinary Things: Poems from a Walk in Early Spring by Ralph Fletcher (6/2/1997)
Out of the Dust by Karen Hesse (10/27/1997)
Painting Dreams: Minnie Evans, Visionary Artist by Mary E. Lyons (3/3/1997)
Peeling the Onion by Wendy Orr (7/28/1997)
Rabbits and Raindrops by Jim Arnosky (5/5/1997)
Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman (5/12/1997)
Seven Brave Women by Betsy Hearne (10/20/1997)
Shrinking Mouse by Pat Hutchins (9/8/1997)
Sun & Spoon by Kevin Henkes (10/6/1997)
The Beauty of the Beast: Poems from the Animal Kingdom by Jack Prelutsky, selector (1/1/1997)
The Blushful Hippopotamus by Chris Raschka (1/27/1997)
The Copper Lady by Alice Ross and Kent Ross (7/21/1997)
The Dancing Fox: Arctic Folktales by John Bierhorst, editor (12/16/1997)
The Friends by Kazumi Yumoto (1/13/1997)
The Green Frogs: A Korean Folktale by Yumi Heo, reteller (2/10/1997)
The Hokey Pokey by Larry La Prise and Charles P. Macak and Taftt Baker (3/24/1997)
The Most Beautiful Roof in the World: Exploring the Rainforest Canopy by Kathryn Lasky (8/4/1997)
The Mysterious Visitor: Stories of the Prophet Elijah by Nina Jaffe (12/23/1997)
The Sea King's Daughter: A Russian Legend by Aaron Shepard, reteller (12/9/1997)
Thinking About Ants by Barbara Brenner (6/9/1997)
We Have Marched Together: The Working Children's Crusade by Stephen Currie (9/1/1997)
What Zeesie Saw on Delancy Street by Elsa Okon Rael (3/10/1997)
Winning Ways: A Photohistory of American Women in Sports by Sue Macy (2/3/1997)

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