Mountains of the Moon: Stories About Social Justice, edited by Stephanie Weller Hanson ($7.95), contains 10 short stories about Christian justice. (14-18)

Waking Up Bees: Stories of Living Life's Questions by Jerry Daoust ($7.95). Stories portray people wrestling with love, work, money and more. (14-18)

Paperback Series: Stories by Teenagers adds Every Step of the Way: Stories by Teenagers 4, edited by Michael Wilt ($6.95, 14-18).



Lootas, Little Wave Eater: An Orphaned Sea Otter's Story by Clare Hodgson Meeker, photos by C.J. Casson ($15.95), tells of a sea otter that was adopted by the Seattle Aquarium. (6-10)



Moose Racks, Bear Tracks and Other Alaska Kidsnacks! Cooking with Kids Has Never Been So Easy by Alice Bugni, illus. by Shannon Cartwright ($8.95), collects recipes with Alaskan themes. (5-up)


Series: The Royal Diaries introduces Cleopatra VII: Daughter of the Nile by Kristiana Gregory ($10.99, 9-13). Dear America adds The Girl Who Chased Away Sorrow: The Diary of Sara Nita, a Navajo Girl, New Mexico, 1863 by Ann Turner; and A Light in the Storm: The Civil War Diary of Amelia Martin, Fenwick Island, Delaware, 1861 by Karen Hesse ($10.95 each, 9-14). And My Name Is America continues with The Journal of Ben Uchida: Citizen 13559, Mirror Lake Internment Camp, California, 1942 by Barry Denenberg; and The Journal of Sean Sullivan: A Transcontinental Railroad Worker, Nebraska and Points West, 1867 by William Durbin ($10.95 each, 9-14).


The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar Fractions Book by Jerry Pallotta, illus. by Robert Bolster ($5.95). A candy bar divided into pieces helps teach fractions. (6-9)

Monster Road by David Lubar ($3.99). On a road trip, two boys encounter various monsters. (7-10)

The Moffatts: Backstage Pass by Elizabeth Weitzman ($5.99) profiles these singing brothers. (7-14)

Y2K-9: The Dog Who Saved the World by Todd Strasser ($4.50). A dog and his computer nerd friends foil a devious plot. (8-12)

Civil War Ghosts by Daniel Cohen ($4.50) presents allegedly true ghost tales from the Civil War era. (8-12)

Tell Me This Isn't Happening! by Robynn Clairday ($4.50) reports on awkward situations kids have experienced. (8-12)

Wild, Wild West by Dina Anastasio ($4.99) is a novelization of this film. (8-12)

B*Witched: Backstage Pass ($5.99) is a scrapbook with photos and facts. (8-12)

Advanced Yo-Yo Tricks by Bruce Weber ($3.99) explains 20 tricks. (8-12)

Girls Get Real: The Danielle Fishel Book by Danielle Fishel ($5.99) offers advice from this TV actress. (8-14)

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett ($2.99) contains an introduction by Ann M. Martin. (9-up)

Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain ($2.99) features an introduction by Jean Craighead George. (9-up)

Five: Backstage Pass by Michael-Anne Johns ($5.99) presents biographies and photos of this band's members. (10-14)

Altered Voices by Lucy Sussex ($4.99) collects stories with a variety of settings. (12-up)

From Where I Sit: Making My Way with Cerebral Palsy by Shelly Nixon ($4.99). The author discusses the challenges of living with cerebral palsy. (12-up)

Paperback Series: New Teletubbies titles are Teletubbies Padded Mini Books: Love to Roll!and Love to Jump!; and Tubby Toast! Tubby Toast! and Who Spilled the Tubby Custard? ($4.99 each, 1-5); Teletubbies Rattle Books: Little Miss Muffet and Jack and Jill; and Teletubbies Sticker Storybooks: Playing Inside the Superdome and Fun in Teletubbyland ($5.99 each, 1-5); Teletubbies Touch-and-Feel Board Book: The Magic Telescope ($7.99, 1-5); Happy Christmas, Teletubbies! ($9.99, 1-5); and Little Lamb 8x8 and This Little Teletubby 8x8 ($3.50 each, 1-5). Liz stars in Liz Takes Flight and Liz Finds a Friend by Tracey West, illus. by Ted Enik ($3.50 each, 3-6). And Franklin returns in Franklin's Neighborhood and Franklin and the Baby by Paulette Bourgeois, illus. by Brenda Clark ($4.50 each, 4-7).

The Magic School Bus rolls on with The Magic School Bus Gets Programmed by Nancy White, illus. by Maggie Sykora ($3.50, 5-7); and White's The Magic School Bus Gets a Bright Idea ($3.50, 5-8). If You Lived... adds If You Lived 100 Years Ago by Ann McGovern, illus. by Anna Divito; If You Lived with the Iroquois by Ellen Levine, illus. by Shelley Hehenberger; and If You Lived with the Hopi by Anne Kamma, illus. by Linda Gardner ($5.99 each, 7-10). Mewtwo Strikes Back is a PokAcmon title ($4.99, 8-10). Rockett's World by Lauren Day launches with four titles, including Who Can You Trust? and What Kind of Friend Are You? ($3.99 each, 8-12). And Star Wars gains three Jedi Apprentice books by Jude Watson ($4.99 each, 8-12). New to Top Ten are Top Ten Bible Stories by Michael Coleman and Top Ten Greek Legends and Top Ten Shakespeare Stories by Terry Deary, all illus. by Michael Tickner ($4.50 each, 11-up). And Real Teens: Diary of a Junior Year debuts with three volumes ($4.99 each, 12-up).

Paperback Reprints: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling; and The Butterfly Alphabet by Kjell Sandved ($5.99 each, all ages); Read to Your Bunny by Rosemary Wells ($2.99, infant-3); Frogs Jump by Alan Brooks, illus. by Steven Kellogg ($5.99, 3-6); Huggly Takes a Bath and Huggly Gets Dressed by Tedd Arnold ($3.25 each, 3-6); It's Pumpkin Time by Z Hall, illus. by Shari Halpern; and My First Kwanzaa Book by Deborah Newton Chocolate, illus. by Cal Massey ($5.99 each, 3-7); My Dog Rosie by Isabelle Harper, illus. by Barry Moser ($5.99, 3-up); The Hallo-Wiener by Dav Pilkey ($5.99, 4-7); Get Out of Bed! by Robert Munsch, illus. by Alan and Lea Daniel ($4.99, 4-7); All About Owls and All About Deer by Jim Arnosky; and The Christmas Blizzard by Helen Ketteman, illus. by James Warhola ($5.99 each, 4-8); Light the Lights: A Story About Celebrating Hanukkah and Christmas by Margaret Moorman ($5.99, 5-7); The Secret Shortcut by Mark Teague; On the Mayflower: Voyage of the Ship's Apprentice and a Passenger Girl by Kate Waters, photos by Russ Kendall; and Rain Forest Secrets by Arthur Dorros ($5.99 each, 6-9); and Give a Dog a Bone: Stories, P ms, Jokes, and Riddles About Dogs, compiled by Joanna Cole and Stephanie Calmenson ($7.99, 7-10).

Also, Winter P ms by Barbara Rogasky, illus. by Trina Schart Hyman ($5.95, 7-up); Just Juice by Karen Hesse, illus. by Robert Andrew Parker ($4.99, 8-10); The Unicorn Chronicles: Into the Land of the Unicorns by Bruce Coville ($4.50, 8-12); Jonah, the Whale by Susan Shreve; Perloo the Bold by Avi; Riding Freedom by Pam MuA±oz Ryan, illus. by Brian Selznick; and Clockwork by Philip Pullman, illus. by Leonid Gore ($4.99 each, 8-12); Hostage to War by Tatjana Wassiljewa ($5.99, 8-12); Mark Twain: America's Humorist, Dreamer, Prophet by Clinton Cox ($4.50, 8-14); The Hork-Bajir Chronicles by K.A. Applegate ($5.99, 9-12); Bad, Badder, Baddest by Cynthia Voigt and Faith and the Rocket Cat by Patrick Jennings ($4.99 each, 9-12); The Kid's Guide to Research by Deborah Heiligman, illus. by David Cain ($8.95, 9-14); The Kid Who Became President by Dan Gutman ($4.50, 9-13); Michael Jordan by Chip Lovitt ($4.50, 9-14); The Pirate's Son by Geraldine McCaughrean ($4.99, 11-up); and The Terrorist by Caroline B. Cooney ($4.50, 12-up).

Paperback Series Reprints: Tamora Pierce's Circle of Magic adds Sandry's Book and Tris's Book ($4.99 each, 11-up).


Visser by K.A. Applegate ($12.95) introduces a character who is the source of evil throughout the galaxy. (9-12)

Paperback Series: Slapshots starts up with The Stars from Mars and All-Mars All-Stars by Gordon Korman ($4.50 each, 6-9). Animal Ark adds Owl in the Office, Lamb in the Laundry and Kitten in the Cold by Ben M. Baglio ($3.99 each, 8-11). Baby-sitter's Club Friends Forever by Ann M. Martin debuts with Everything Changes, a Special; plus Kristy's Big News, Stacey vs. Claudia, Mary Anne's Big Breakup, Claudia and the Friendship Feud and Kristy Power! ($5.50 each, 8-12). Launching Dog Tales are One Golden Year and The Westie Winter by Coleen Hubbard ($4.50 each, 8-12). And Cheer USA by Jeanne Betancourt begins with Go, Girl, Go!, Fight, Bulldogs, Fight!, Ready, Shoot, Score! and We've Got Spirit! ($4.50 each, 8-12).

R.L. Stine's Goosebumps Series 2000 has six additions; and Give Yourself Goosebumps adds four titles, plus two Specials ($3.99 each, 8-12). 2099 debuts with Doomsday and Betrayal by John Peel ($4.99 each, 9-12). Animorphs by K.A. Applegate welcomes The Conspiracy, The Separation, The Illusion, The Prophecy, The Proposal and The Mutation ($4.99 each, 9-12). Watchers by Peter Lerangis continues with Island ($4.50, 9-12). Mary Stanton's Unicorns of Balinor adds Valley of Fear, By Moonlight, By Fire and Search for the Star ($4.50 each, 10-up). New to California Diaries by Ann M. Martin is Sunny, Diary 3 ($4.50, 11-13). Insomniacs gains Buzz and Vanish by S.R. Martin ($2.99 each, 11-up). And Everworld by K.A. Applegate starts up with Search for Senna, Land of Loss, Enter the Enchanted and Realm of the Reaper ($4.99 each, 12-up).


Poppleton in Fall by Cynthia Rylant, illus. by Mark Teague ($14.95, paper $3.99). Poppleton and his pals enjoy autumn. (2-7)

The Dinosaur's New Clothes by Diane Goode ($15.95) gives A? The Emperor's New ClothesA?? a different twist. (3-up)

David G s to School by David Shannon ($14.95) is a companion to No, David! (3-up)

A Thanksgiving Wish by Michael J. Rosen, illus. by John Thompson ($16.95). At Thanksgiving, a girl misses her grandmother. (6-up)

Captain Underpants and the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space (and the Subsequent Assault of the Equally Evil Lunchroom Zombie Nerds) by Dav Pilkey ($16.95, paper $3.99) marks the return of George, Harold and this unlikely superhero. (7-10)

Witches and Witch-Hunts by Milton Meltzer ($16.95) examines these phenomena. (8-14)

Bluish: A Novel by Virginia Hamilton ($15.95). A girl overcomes her fear of a classmate with leukemia. (9-14)

The Heavenly Village by Cynthia Rylant ($15.95) profiles people who come to live in a quiet village between heaven and earth. (10-up)


I Spy Treasure Huntby Jean Marzollo, photos by Walter Wick ($12.95). Readers search for treasure. (All ages)

Arf! Beg! Catch! Dogs from A to Z by Henry Horenstein ($12.95) is an alphabet book featuring photos of canines. (3-6)

We Share Everything! by Robert Munsch, illus. by Michael Martchenko ($12.95). Youngsters learn to share. (3-6)

Finger Puppet Theater Books: Hansel and Gretel and The Three Little Pigs, illus. by Peter Stevenson ($14.95 each), offer tales and four finger puppets. (3-6)

Tipt into Kindergarten by Jacqueline Rogers ($10.95). A preschooler follows her older brother into his classroom. (3-6)

The Teddy Bears'Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore, photos by Monica Stevenson ($12.95), presents this classic with photos of bears. (3-7)

Leola and the Honeybears by Melodye Benson Rosales ($15.95) gives A? Goldilocks and the Three BearsA?? a rural Southern setting. (3-8)

The Christmas Puppy by Roberta Grobel Intrater, illus. by Bruce McNally ($10.95). At Christmas, a boy's lost dog reappears as the pet of a lonely man. (4-8)

Shaq and the Beanstalk and Other Very Tall Tales by Shaquille O'Neal, illus. by Shane Evans ($15.95). This NBA star gives himself a role in five familiar tales. (6-9)

Series: New Clifford titles by Norman Bridwell are Clifford Plush Face Book ($7.95, 1-4); Clifford's Big Book of Things to Know ($10.95, 3-6); Clifford's First School Day ($3.25 paper, 3-6); and Clifford Grows Up ($3.25 paper, 4-8). The Tonka series rolls on with Tonka Look Inside Trucks by Patricia Relf, illus. by Thomas LaPadula ($9.95, 3-6); and four Tonka Pop-Up Board Books ($4.50 each, 3-7).

Board Book Reprint: I Spy Little Christmas by Jean Marzollo, photos by Walter Wick ($6.99, infant-4).


Happy Monster Day! by Joan Holub ($3.25) recounts a young monster's special day. (3-6)

The Best Christmas Hunt Ever by John Speirs ($3.25). Readers search for holiday objects. (3-6)

Huggly and the Toy Monster by Tedd Arnold ($3.25). This little green character g s to a party...sort of. (3-6)

Glow in the Dark Halloween Fun!: A Very Scary Jack O'Lantern, A Very Scary Ghost Story, A Very Scary Witch Story and A Very Scary Haunted House by Joanne Barklan, illus. by Jody Wheeler ($3.95 each), are holiday tales. (3-7)

Thanksgiving Cats by Jean Marzollo, illus. by Hans Wilhelm ($3.25), offers holiday rhymes featuring cats. (4-8)

The School Bus Driver from the Black Lagoon by Mike Thaler, illus. by Jared Lee ($3.25), features T. Rex Fenderbender in the title role. (6-9)

A Dinosaur Named Sue: The Find of the Century by Fay Robinson, illus. by Portia Rollins ($3.99), tells of a dinosaur fossil found in South Dakota. (7-9)

Paperback Series: New to Hello Reader! are I Have a Cold by Grace Maccarone, illus. by Betsy Lewin; and I Am a Leaf by Jean Marzollo, illus. by Judith Moffatt ($3.50 each, 3-6); First Grade Friends: The Class Trip by Maccarone, illus. by Lewin; and A Bug, a Bear, and a Boy Go to School by David McPhail ($3.99 each, 3-6); Picture Dictionary ($6.95, 4-7); Class Picture Day by Andrea Buckless, illus. by Patti Goodnow ($3.50, 5-7); Hello, Cat, You Need a Hat by Rita Golden Gelman, illus. by Dana Regan; and Amazing Lizards! by Fay Robinson, illus. by Jean Day Zallinger ($3.99 each, 5-7); and Hockey Hero by Jean Marzollo and Dave Marzollo, illus. by True Kelley; Fluffy the Classroom Guinea Pig: Fluffy G s to School and Fluffy Saves Christmas by Kate McMullan, illus. by Mavis Smith; Big Bob and the Thanksgiving Potat s by Daniel Pinkwater, illus. by Jill Pinkwater; and The Stubborn Pumpkin by Laura Geringer, illus. by Holly Berry ($3.99 each, 6-8); and Wild Weather: Lightning! by Lorraine Jean Hopping, illus. by Jody Wheeler ($3.99, 7-9). Hello Reader! Math adds ...98, 99, 100! Ready or Not, Here I Come! by Teddy Slater, illus. by Gloria Fiammenghi, with math activities by Marilyn Burns ($3.99, 5-7); and Slater's Max's Money, illus. by Anthony Lewis, with math activities by Burns ($3.99, 7-9). And joining Little Bill are The Day I Was Rich, The Worst Day of My Life and Hooray for the Dandelion Warriors! by Bill Cosby, illus. by Varnette P. Honeywood ($3.99 each, hardcover $15.95, 5-8).

Paperback Series Reprint: Amber Brown Is Feeling Blue by Paula Danziger ($3.99, 7-10).


How Are You Peeling? Foods with Moods by Saxton Freyman and Joost Elffers ($15.95). Vegetable characters introduce a range of feelings. (All ages)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling ($19.95). Will an escaped wizard track down Harry? (All ages)

The Perfume of Memory by Michelle Nikly, illus. by Jean Claverie ($16.95). Ahmad teaches his daughter the art of making scents to keep alive her memories of her mother. (4-8)

Madeline in America and Other Holiday Tales by Ludwig Bemelmans and John Bemelmans Marciano ($19.95) collects stories with holiday themes. (5-8)

The Firework-Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman, illus. by S. Saelig Gallagher ($15.95). A girl learns everything about making fireworks -- except the final secret. (8-12)

Ghost Cats by Susan Shreve ($14.95). After a move to Boston, a family's dead cats reappear. (8-12)


Paperback Series: Scooby-Doo is back in Scooby-Doo and the Halloween Hotel Haunt by Jesse Leon McCann ($5.99, 6-8); Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost and Scooby-Doo and the Hex Files ($3.50 each, 6-8); and Scooby-Doo and the Howling Wolfman, Scooby-Doo and the Vampire's Revenge and Scooby-Doo Mysteries: The Carnival Creeper by James Gelsey ($3.99 each, 6-9). Jigsaw Jones cracks The Case of the Stolen Baseball Card, The Case of the Mummy Mystery and The Case of the Runaway Dog by James Preller, illus. by R.W. Alley and John Speirs ($3.99 each, 6-9). Ann M. Martin's Baby-sitters Little Sister has six additions ($3.99 each, 7-9). Pony Pals trots on with three titles by Jeanne Betancourt, illus. by Paul Bachem ($3.99 each, 7-10). New to Animal Ark Pets are Chick Challenge and Pony Parade by Ben Baglio, illus. by Paul Howard ($3.99 each, 7-10).

The Secrets of Droon continues with The Mysterious Island, The City in the Clouds and The Great Ice Battle by Tony Abbott, illus. by Tim Jessell ($2.99 each, 7-10). The Bailey City Monsters by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones, illus. by John Steven Gurney, offers Vampire Baby and Snow Monster Mystery, plus The Hauntlys'Hairy Surprise, a Super Special ($3.99 each, 7-10). And joining The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids by Dadey and Jones, illus. by Gurney, are Goblins Don't Play Video Games and Ninjas Don't Bake Pumpkin Pies, plus Mrs. Jeepers in Outer Space, a Super Special ($3.99 each, 7-10).


Paperbacks in Spanish: El romance de Don Gato (Senor Cat's Romance) by Lucia Gonzales, illus. by Lulu Delacre ($5.99, 3-7); and Companeros en el futbol (Soccer Cousins) by Jean Marzollo, illus. by Irene Trivas ($3.99, 7-9).


Snowy Flowy Blowy: A Twelve Months Rhyme by Nancy Tafuri ($15.95) follows a family's year in the country. (3-6)

Aunt Pitty Patty's Piggy by Jim Aylesworth, illus. by Barbara McClintock ($15.95), offers a new version of this tale. (3-7)

Little Miss Spider by David Kirk ($12.95) is a story about adoption. (4-7)

One Halloween Night by Mark Teague ($14.95). A black cat crosses the path of three children. (4-7)

A. Lincoln and Me by Louise Borden, illus. by Ted Lewin ($15.95). A child finds a role model in this president. (4-8)

Old Dr. Frye: A Deliciously Funny Tall Tale by Paul Brett Johnson ($15.95). A man who loves fried chicken chokes on a bone. (5-8)

If You Hopped Like a Frog by David Schwartz, illus. by James Warhola ($15.95), introduces the concepts of ratio and proportion. (5-9)

Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride by Pam MuA±oz Ryan, illus. by Brian Selznick ($16.95), presents a true tale about Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt. (5-9)

Mary Geddy's Day: A Colonial Girl in Williamsburg by Kate Waters, photos by Russ Kendall ($16.95), centers on a pivotal day in the life of a girl living in 1776. (6-9)

The Battlefield Ghost by Margery Cuyler, illus. by Arthur Howard ($15.95). Two modern-day siblings living near a Revolutionary War battlefield have a ghostly adventure. (7-9)

Putnam and Pennyroyal by Patrick Jennings ($15.95). A man tells his niece the story of a loon-like bird called a grebe. (7-10)

The Unicorn Chronicles: Song of the Wanderer by Bruce Coville ($16.95) is a sequel to Into the Land of the Unicorns. (8-12)

Through My Eyes by Ruby Bridges ($16.95). The author describes her experience as an African-American student at a newly desegregated Southern school in 1960. (8-12)

Black Hands, White Sails: The Story of African-American Whalers by Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick L. McKissack ($15.95) follows the voyage of a whaling ship in pre-Civil War times. (8-13)

Amelia's War by Ann Rinaldi ($15.95) recounts a Civil War drama based on a true incident. (10-14)

Midnight Magic by Avi ($15.95). In 1491, an Italian magician must free a princess from a tormenting ghost. (10-14)

Tommorowland: Ten Stories About the Future , compiled by Michael Cart ($15.95), includes tales by Lois Lowry, Jon Scieszka, Katherine Paterson et al. (11-up)


Scholastic Kid's Almanac for the 21st Centuryby Blackbirch Graphics ($18.95, paper $12.95) includes full-color art. (8-up)

Dinosaurs to Dodos: An Encyclopedia of Extinct Animals by Dan Lessem, illus. by Jan Sovak ($16.95), examines extinct species. (8-12)

The United States of America: A State-by-State Guide by Millie Miller and Cyndi Nelson ($14.95) rounds up facts about each state. (8-12)

Scholastic Encyclopedia of Space by Jacqueline Mitton and Simon Mitton ($14.95) answers questions about the universe. (8-12)

Space Station Science: Life in Free Fall by Marianne Dyson, illus. by Dave Klug ($16.95), describes life on a space station. (9-14)

Words That Built a Nation: A Young Person's Collection of Historic American Documents by Marilyn Miller ($18.95) collects key documents and speeches. (9-14)

Scholastic Encyclopedia of the Civil War by Catherine Clinton ($18.95) offers a year-by-year account of this war. (9-14)

Series: First Discovery adds Atlas of Islands, Fire Fighting and Tools; and Egyptian Tomb joins First Discovery/Hidden World ($12.95 each, 3-7). Scholastic Question and Answer Series by Melvin and Gilda Berger introduces Did Dinosaurs Live in Your Backyard?, illus. by Alan Male; Do Stars Have Points?, illus. by Vincent Di Fate; Why Don't Haircuts Hurt?, illus. by Karen Barnes; Do Whales Have Belly Buttons?, illus. by Higgins Bond; Can It Rain Cats and Dogs?, illus. by Robert Sullivan; and How Do Flies Walk Upside Down?, illus. by Jim Effler ($21.95 each, paper $5.95, 7-9). And new National Audubon Society First Field Guides are Amphibians by Brian Cassie and Night Sky by Gary Mechler ($17.95 each, paper $8.95, 8-up).


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Some Answers Are Loud, Some Answers Are Soft by Barbara Porter, illus. by Dilleen Marsh ($12.95). A look at the questions children ask. (3-8)

Will You Still Love Me? by Rick Walton, illus. by Brad Teare ($12.95), examines unconditional love and the consequences of choices. (4-8)


Earth Care: World Folktales to Talk About by Margaret Read MacDonald ($26.50, $17.50 paper) contains 36 stories and p ms. (All ages)

The Fish Bridge and Other Gypsy Tales by Jean Russell Larson ($22.50) contains folktales and proverbs focusing on the Gypsys' worldview. (All ages)

The Story of Diamonds by Jean Milne ($19.50). Facts, lore and legend about diamonds. (9-12)

Eugenie Clark: Adventures of a Shark Scientist by Ellen Ro Butts and Joyce Schwartz ($19.50). A biography of this ichthyologist, known as A? the shark lady.A?? (9-12)

In Panama's Canal! by Patricia Maloney Markun ($19.50). Historical overview of the Canal and its impending transfer to Panama. (10-13)

The New African Americans by Brent Ashabranner, photos by Jennifer Ashabranner ($22). Life stories of immigrants to the U.S. after the Civil War. (12-up)

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