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From adventurer Amelia Earhart to computer pioneer Grace Hopper to novelist Zora Neale Hurston, discover women who have made a difference in people's lives in the fields of science, arts, sports, technology, politics and more. 

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Based on a true story, the book teaches compassion and reveals the real implications of marriage inequality for one family when the children face discrimination and encourage their mother's to get married.

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From experimental filmmaker Akira Kurosawa to South African president Nelson Mandela to music educator Zoltan Kodaly, learn about men whose vision overcame obstacles to make the world a better place. 

The battle for women's suffrage lasted decades. Unlike other fighters throughout history, women waged a war of words and non violent protests. The movement had setbacks as many people did not want change. And women's groups were divided on issues of race and religion.

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This delightful and heart warming story celebrates diversity in modern America through the lens of one girls friendship. 

1993 Polychrome Publishing

This fact-filled, fun alphabet book introduces readers to the events, foods, animals, crafts, and traditions of Asia.

1997  Orchard Books

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With provocative fun facts that are intended to send the reader exploring, A is for the Americas highlights the cultural and geographic diversity of North, Central and South America. 

1999  Orchard Books

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