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Contains the keyword Notable Children's Trade Book/Social Studies 2009

Cooper E. Ridiculous, hilarious, terrible, cool. New York, NY: Dial Books; 2008. Abstract

Ages 12-18; book level 5.6

Vander Zee R, ill Himler, Ronald. Always with you. Grand Rapids MI: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers; 2008. Abstract

Lexile measure 570; ages 7-10

Kluger S. My most excellent year : a novel of love, Mary Poppins, & Fenway Park. New York: Dial Books; 2008. Abstract

Lexile measure 1030; ages 12-up; book level 6.1

McKissack P, ill James, Gordon C.. Home-run king. New York: Viking; 2008. Abstract

Lexile measure 570, Ages 8-11; Book level 3.6; Realistic fiction

Anderson LH, ill Faulkner, Matt. Independent dames : what you never knew about the women and girls of the American Revolution. Vol 1st. New York: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; 2008. Abstract

ages 6-11; book level 6.1

Alalou E, Alalou A, ill Essakalli, Julie Klear. The butter man. Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge; 2008. Abstract

Lexile measure 930; ages 6-10. book level 4.3

Yolen J, ill Pratt, Christine Joy. Sea queens : women pirates around the world. Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge; 2008. Abstract

Lexile measure 1040; ages 8-14; book level 7.1

Cooper I, Mu. Jake's best thumb. Vol 1st. New York: Dutton Children's Books; 2008. Abstract

Book level 3.3; Ages 4-8

Rodman MA. Jimmy's stars. Vol 1st. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux; 2008. Abstract

Lexile measure 640; ages 8-14; book level 4.1

Silvey A. I'll pass for your comrade: Women soldiers in the Civil War. New York: Clarion Books; 2008. Abstract

"The fact that women disguised as men served in both the Union and Confederate armies is one of the best-kept secrets of the Civil War. Anita Silvey's clear, insightful book brings together the nuggets of available information about these women and explores why they went to war, how they managed to pass for men (and how we know that they did), their experiences as combat soldiers, and what happened to them afterward."; Lexile measure 1130; ages 10-15; book level 8.3