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Children of the Longhouse.

Set in a Mohawk, Iroquois, village before the European's arrival. Ohkwa'ri and his twin sister must make their peace with a hostile gang of older boys in their village. But the day of the village-wide game of Tekwaarathon, lacrosse, brings danger. Bruchac is worrking on a story of growing up with his Abenaki grandfather. "For over forty years Joseph Bruchac has been creating literature and music that reflect his indigenous heritage and traditions. He is a proud Nulhegan Abenaki citizen and respected elder among his people. He is the author of more than 120 books for children and adults." Website 6/20

$10.00

 

22474 Teenie Weenie Days, Donahey, Whittlesey (1944) 2nd printing

Teenie-Weenie Days.

About the many activities, swimming, sliding, skating, dealing with animals, that fill the Teenie Weenies' days.

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$110.00

 

Hold That Computer!

Since their teams tie in every sport, the Adams School and Irving School students turn to their schools' computers for advice. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.

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$14.00

 

The Champion of Olympia.

Donar, a Galatian prince, who is shipwrecked, captured by a merchant vessel, sold as a slave in Corinth, and finally becomes a chariot driver in the Olympics, although that is forbidden to a slave. A rough world.

$5.00

 

My First Story Book.1855;[Boston, {Mass.] One cent toy books: No. 4.

My First Story Book.

"All good chil-dren set more by books than by sugar-plums or toys." The first four pages are children's games, including an interesting view of boys playing cricket, at that time a popular sport in the eastern US; then we have a bad boy with a gun setting out to kill birds. Then some bad boys who set a fire in a field: "a poor sheep, how-ev-er came a-long, and seem-ed to en-joy it ver-y much." The one cent toy books continued: My second... etc, and also some individual stories. NOTE: This book has been sold.

$14.00

 

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