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Lots to Cuddle Babies - 20" African American

Find Dolls And Plush at Target.com! Your little one will want to snuggle all day with the Lots to Cuddle Babies - 20" African American. This lifelike baby doll has a soft body that's perfect for hugs. They will love her realistic and adorable

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Stroller Baby Doll AfricanAmerican

Find Dolls And Plush at Target.com! Your child will adore her Circo Baby Doll and stroller. This African-American baby doll has a soft body and comes with a removable outfit. This toy stroller fits any 14" high doll or stuffed animal.Wipes clean.

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Baby's First Dolls - Set of 4

Cuddle up to one of The Children's Factory's Baby's First Dolls - Set of Four. Whether giving hugs and kisses or pretending to feed the baby, your children will love how squeezably soft these doll are. This set of four baby dolls includes an African American Baby Boy, an Asian Baby Girl, a Caucasian Baby Girl and a Hispanic Baby Boy. Awarded as one of Dr. Toy's Best 100 Children's Products of 1998, these dolls have soft velour bodies in bright, primary colors. Baby's First Doll from The Children's Factory is machine washable and dryable. Key Features Soft velour body Bright colored clothing Machine washable and dryable Made in the USA GREENGUARD certified Specifications Set of four dolls Each doll's length: 10" Individual doll's weight: 0.19 lbs.

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African American Girl & Boy Puppet Pair

Guaranteed to be a classroom favorite these adorable African-American puppets are soft lovable and dressed in bright fun outfits.

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American Popular Music Resource Book - Books

Make music come alive for students in grades 5 and up with American Popular Music! This 96-page book explores how the roots of American music began and developed. From European musical traditions in the seventeenth century to African American music today, this book uncovers a foundation and appreciation of Americas music. It features genres such as ragtime, blues, Dixieland, swing, big band, musical theater, folk, country western, rock and roll, disco, funk, punk, rap, alternative, and contemporary Christian.

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Facing the Lion: Growing Up Maasai on the African Savanna

Joseph Lemasolai Lekuton gives American kids a firsthand look at growing up in Kenya as a member of a tribe of nomads whose livelihood centers on the raising and grazing of cattle. Readers share Lekuton's first encounter with a lion, the epitome of bravery in the warrior tradition. They follow his mischievous antics as a young Maasai cattle herder, coming-of-age initiation, boarding school escapades, soccer success, and journey to America for college. Lekuton's riveting text combines exotic details of nomadic life with the universal experience and emotions of a growing boy.

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Tar Beach

Illus. in full color. "Ringgold recounts the dream adventure of eight-year-old Cassie Louise Lightfoot, who flies above her apartment-building rooftop, the 'tar beach' of the title, looking down on 1939 Harlem. Part autobiographical, part fictional, this allegorical tale sparkles with symbolic and historical references central to African-American culture. The spectacular artwork resonates with color and texture. Children will delight in the universal dream of mastering one's world by flying over it. A practical and stunningly beautiful book."--(starred) Horn Book.  

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Feast for 10

A counting book that features an African-American family shopping for food, preparing dinner, and sitting down to eat. Lively read-aloud text paired with bright collage illustrations.

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The Jacket

Thief! When Phil sees another kid wearing his brother's jacket, he assumes the jacket was stolen. It turns out he was wrong, and Phil has to ask himself the question: Would he have made the same assumption if the boy wearing the jacket hadn't been African American? And that question leads to others that reveal some unsettling truths about Phil's neighborhood, his family, and even himself.

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Migration from Africa (Children's True Stories: Migration)

African-American Migration will look at experiences of children through slavery, emancipation, post-War Caribbean migration to the UK, and current migration to USA / Europe from Africa.

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When I Am Old With You (Orchard Paperbacks)

"A small child imagines a future when he will be old with his Granddaddy and will sit beside him in a rocking chair and talk about everything...The poignant reality that time will never allow these two to coexist at the same age is softened by the fact that they do not have to be the same age in order to share happy times...The African American child and grandfather are...recognizable to anyone who has ever shared the bond of family love across generations." - School Library Journal, starred review

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The Runner (The Tillerman Series #4)

A SPEEDING BULLET Bullet Tillerman runs. He runs to escape the criticism of his harsh, unforgiving father. He runs to numb the pain of his mother's inability to express her love. He is the star of the school track team, but he isn't a team man and doesn't want to be. Bullet runs for himself. Bullet is unlikely choice to be asked to coach a new, African-American team member. But in coaching Tamer Shipp, Bullet learns some things about himself -- who he is, and who he can perhaps become.

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We Love Our Hair

Come join the joyful rhythm and rhyme of girls at play as they declare, ¿We Love Our Hair.¿ Reflecting diverse images of young African American girls of every hue and hair texture, these vibrant, colorful girls burst to life on each page and will remind readers of themselves, their friends and encourage them to celebrate the beauty of their natural hair.

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Satchel Paige

No one pitched like Leroy "Satchel" Paige. Fans packed the stands to see how many batters he could strike out in one game. He dazzled them with his unique pitching style, and he even gave nicknames to some of his trademark pitches -- there was the "hesitation," his magic slow ball, and the "bee ball," named because it would always "be" where he wanted it to be. Follow Satch's career through these beautiful illustrations as he begins playing in the semipros and goes on to become the first African American to pitch in a major League World Series, and the first Negro Leaguer to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Who Is Barack Obama? (Who Was...?)

As the world now knows, Barack Obama has made history as our first African-American president. With black-and-white illustrations throughout, this biography is perfect for primary graders looking for a longer, fuller life story than is found in the author?s bestselling beginning reader Barack Obama: United States President.

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A la Carte

SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD LAINEY DREAMS of becoming a world famous chef one day and maybe even having her own cooking show. (Do you know how many African American female chefs there aren¿t? And how many vegetarian chefs have their own shows? The field is wide open for stardom!) But when her best friend¿and secret crush¿suddenly leaves town, Lainey finds herself alone in the kitchen. With a little help from Saint Julia (Child, of course), Lainey finds solace in her cooking as she comes to terms with the past and begins a new recipe for the future. Peppered with recipes from Lainey¿s notebooks, this delicious debut novel finishes the same way one feels finishing a good meal¿satiated, content, and hopeful.From the Hardcover edition.

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I Love My Hair!

This whimsical, evocative story about a girl named Keyana encourages African-American children to feel good about their special hair and be proud of their heritage. A BlackBoard Children's Book of the Year. Full-color illustrations.

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I Smell Honey: Family Celebration Board Books

Help boil the greens, flip the fish, and slice the pie for a mouth-watering family meal in I Smell Honey, then join the fun as a baby boy discovers the unique features that make his face so special in Pretty Brown Face. In Shake Shake Shake and Watch Me Dance, explore the joys of rhythm and movement. These spirited board books celebrate the loving closeness of an African American family.

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Pretty Brown Face

Help boil the greens, flip the fish, and slice the pie for a mouth-watering family meal in I Smell Honey, then join the fun as a baby boy discovers the unique features that make his face so special in Pretty Brown Face. In Shake Shake Shake and Watch Me Dance, explore the joys of rhythm and movement. These spirited board books celebrate the loving closeness of an African American family.

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Bring Me Some Apples and I'll Make You a Pie: A Story About Edna Lewis

Long before the natural-food movement gained popularity, before greenmarkets sprouted across the United States, Edna Lewis championed purity of ingredients, regional cuisine, and the importance of bringing food directly from the farm to the table. She was a chef when female chefs---let alone African American female chefs---were few and far between, and she received many awards for her work. With lyrical text and glorious watercolor illustrations, author/illustrator Robbin Gourley lovingly traces the childhood roots of Edna's appreciation for the bounties of nature. The story follows Edna from early spring through the growing season to a family dinner celebrating a successful harvest. Folk rhymes, sayings, and songs about food are sprinkled throughout the text, and five kid-friendly recipes and an author's note about Edna's life are included at the end.

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