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



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.



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.



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.



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.



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