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Book of the Week Archives

Non-Fiction From The Year 2002
Across a Dark and Wild Sea by Don Brown (3/18/2002)
Are Trees Alive? by Debbie S. Miller (7/8/2002)
Emily Dickinson's Letters to the World by Jeanette Winter (3/25/2002)
Field Trips: Bug Hunting, Animal Tracking, Bird-Watching, and Shore Walking with Jim Arnosky by Jim Arnosky (7/1/2002)
Frida by Jonah Winter (4/29/2002)
Perfect Harmony: A Muscial Journey with the Boys Choir of Harlem by Charles R. Smith, Jr. (11/18/2002)
Shipwrecked! The True Adventures of a Japanese Boy by Rhoda Blumberg (1/14/2002)
Tell All the Children Our Story: Memories and Mementos of Being Young and Black in America by Tonya Bolden (2/18/2002)
This Land Was Made for You and Me: The Life & Songs of Woody Guthrie by Elizabeth Partridge (4/15/2002)
Togo by Robert Blake (12/16/2002)
What Charlie Heard by Mordicai Gerstein (6/17/2002)
With Their Eyes: September 11th - The View from a High School at Ground Zero by Annie Thoms, editor (11/9/2002)

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