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    Armstrong & Charlie

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    Armstrong & Charlie

    Frank, Steven, 1963-

    "During the pilot year of a Los Angeles school system integration program, two sixth grade boys, one black, one white, become best friends as they learn to cope with everything from first crushes and playground politics to the loss of loved ones and racial prejudice in the 1970s"--Provided by publisher.

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    The cats in the doll shop

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    The cats in the doll shop

    McDonough, Yona Zeldis.

    With World War I raging in Europe, eleven-year-old Anna is thrilled to learn that her cousin Tania is coming from Russia to stay with Anna's family on the lower East Side of New York, and although Tania is shy and withdrawn when she arrives, her love of cats helps her adjust to her new family.

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    Finding the worm

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    Finding the worm

    Goldblatt, Mark, 1957-

    In 1970 Queens, New York, Julian Twerski, now in seventh grade, struggles to write an essay as punishment for an act he did not commit, worries about Beverly, the girl he likes, prepares for his bar mitzvah, and tries to cope with the serious illness of one of his closest friends, Quentin.

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    I represent Sean Rosen

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    I represent Sean Rosen

    Baron, Jeff, 1952-

    With the help of his "manager," a thirteen-year-old boy sells a movie idea to a major Hollywood studio.

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    Is it night or day?

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    Is it night or day?

    Chapman, Fern Schumer.

    In 1938, Edith Westerfeld, a young German Jew, is sent by her parents to Chicago, Illinois, where she lives with an aunt and uncle and tries to assimilate into American culture, while worrying about her parents and mourning the loss of everything she has ever known. Based on the author's mother's experience, includes an afterword about a little-known program that brought twelve hundred Jewish children to safety during World War II.

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    Julia's kitchen

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    Julia's kitchen

    Ferber, Brenda A.

    When her mother and younger sister are killed in a house fire, eleven-year-old Cara struggles to find a way to deal with her emotions and to reach out to her grieving father.

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    Looking for me

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    Looking for me

    Rosenthal, Betsy R.

    In 1936 Baltimore, an eleven-year-old Jewish girl, one of twelve siblings, tries to find her place in her overcrowded family.

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    The path of names

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    The path of names

    Goelman, Ari.

    Thirteen-year-old Dahlia's reluctance about attending Camp Arava changes to wonder as strange things begin to happen, and soon she is connecting with David Schank, a student of the kabbala, and the maze he built at the camp in the 1930s.

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    Skating with the Statue of Liberty

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    Skating with the Statue of Liberty

    Meyer, Susan, 1960-

    After having escaped with his family from Nazi-occupied France, Gustave finds a home in New York City, still worried about Marcel, his good friend who he left behind, and surprised to find bigotry in America, too.

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    The truth about my bat mitzvah

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    The truth about my bat mitzvah

    Baskin, Nora Raleigh.

    After her beloved grandmother, Nana, dies, non-religious twelve-year-old Caroline becomes curious about her mother's Jewish ancestry.

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