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By Paul, Miranda; Illustrated by Zunon, Elizabeth
Plastic bags are cheap and easy to use. But what happens when a bag breaks or is no longer needed? In Njau, Gambia, people simply dropped the bags and went on their way. One plastic bag became two. Then ten. Then a hundred.
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By Alonso, Harriet Hyman; Illustrated by Zunon, Elizabeth
Alonso combines fiction and historical fact to weave a suspenseful story of courage, hope, and self-discovery in the aftermath of the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, in this story of a 13-year-old girl intent on rescuing her mixed-race younger brother. Illustrations. 5 1/2 x 8 5/16.
By MacLachlan, Patricia; Illustrated by Zunon, Elizabeth
A mother relates the events of a peaceful day along the banks of Lake Tanganyika to her baby, wrapped up and ready for sleep.
By Weatherford, Carole Boston; Illustrated by Zunon, Elizabeth
Introduces the life of Lena Horne, the pioneering African American actress, [singer], and civil rights activist --Amazon.com.
By Carolan Dr & Carolan, Joanna; Carolan, Joanna; Illustrated by Zunon, Elizabeth
A celebration of President Obama's ties to Hawaii highlights the state's cultural traditions and includes photos from Barack Obama's childhood.
By Grimes, Nikki; Illustrated by Zunon, Elizabeth
Award-winning poet Nikki Grimes brings us a tender collection of poems about a young girl and her mother, who grew up as a child of an Air Force serviceman.
In Njau, Gambia, discarded plastic bags littered the roads. Water pooled in them, bringing mosquitoes and disease. But Isatou Ceesay found a way to recycle the bags and transform her community. An inspirational true story.
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