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Fri Mar 21 17:09:50 2014 UTClccn-n980562450.00Jérôme Lagarrigue0.030.06Perfect timing : how Isaac Murphy became one of the world's greatest jockeys /300211060Jerome_Lagarriguen 980562454755838lccn-n98103364Wiles, Deborahlccn-n2005084786Trollinger, Patsi B.lccn-n79132685Murphy, Isaac Burns1861-1896lccn-no2013083616Browne, Jennifer(Book designer)lccn-no2011102724South China Printing Coprtlccn-n94040410Harrington, Janice N.lccn-n96043257Farrar, Straus, and Girouxlccn-n94061949Weatherford, Carole Boston1956-lccn-n85274337Grimes, Nikkilccn-n50024879Angelou, MayaLagarrigue, JeromeJuvenile worksFictionBiographyHistoryPoetryAfrican AmericansRace relationsSegregationFriendshipChildren's poetry, AmericanUnited StatesMurphy, Isaac Burns,African American jockeysJockeysHorse racingLibertyLawPlaySwimmingCivil rightsSouthern StatesAfrican American pioneersMoving, HouseholdNorth Carolina--GreensboroGreensboro Sit-ins (North Carolina : 1960)Bearden, Romare,American poetryCivil rights demonstrationsNew York (State)--New York--HarlemUnclesArtistsAfrican American childrenBoxing in artAfrican Americans--Civil rights1973199920002001200220032004200520062007201020112013201489901141[E]PZ7.W6474ocn062342101ocn040460036ocn050591094ocn039380292ocn067922212ocn042061014ocn057510775ocn815758608ocn045409913ocn051675919201011ocn040460036book20010.01Wiles, DeborahFreedom SummerJuvenile worksFictionIn 1964, Joe is pleased that a new law will allow his best friend John Henry, who is colored, to share the town pool and other public places with him, but he is dismayed to find that prejudice still exists. John Henry swims better than anyone I know. He crawls like a catfish, blows bubbles like a swamp monster, but he doesn't swim in the town pool with me. He's not allowed. Joe and John Henry are a lot alike. They both like shooting marbles, they both want to be firemen, and they both love to swim. But there's one important way they're different: Joe is white and John Henry is black, and in the South in 1964, that means John Henry isn't allowed to do everything his best friend is. Then a law is passed that forbids segregation and opens the town pool to everyone. Joe and John Henry are so excited they race each other there ... only to discover that it takes more than a new law to change people's hearts+-+016583431518994ocn062342101book20060.06Trollinger, Patsi BPerfect timing : how Isaac Murphy became one of the world's greatest jockeysHistoryJuvenile worksBiographySee how one offer to ride a horse changed Isaac Murphy's life and gave him the chance to become one of the greatest jockeys of all time+-+183515521512061ocn050520395book20040.01Harrington, Janice NGoing NorthJuvenile worksFictionA young African American girl and her family leave their home in Alabama and head for Lincoln, Nebraska, where they hope to escape segregation and find a better life+-+463178928510874ocn050591094book20040.01Weatherford, Carole BostonFreedom on the menu : the Greensboro sit-insJuvenile worksFictionThe 1960 civil rights sit-ins at the Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, are seen through the eyes of a young Southern black girl+-+851372853510678ocn039380292book19990.01Grimes, NikkiMy man Blue : poemsJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of poems describes a young boy's life with his working mother as he establishes his own identity and develops a close relationship with his mother's friend, Blue+-+61787285359444ocn067922212book20060.06Angelou, MayaMaya AngelouA collection of poetry written by Maya Angelou+-+38757275967725ocn042061014book20010.01Hartfield, ClaireMe and Uncle Romie : a story inspired by the life and art of Romare BeardenJuvenile worksFictionA boy from North Carolina spends the summer in New York City visiting the neighborhood of Harlem, where his uncle, collage artist Romare Bearden, grew up. Includes a biographical sketch of Bearden and instructions on making a story collage+-+057072853521ocn232699057book20010.01Hartfield, ClaireHappy birthday, Uncle RomieJuvenile worksFictionA boy from North Carolina spends the summer in New York City visiting the neighborhood of Harlem, where his uncle, collage artist Romare Bearden, grew up. Includes a biographical sketch of Bearden and instructions on making a story collage+-+057072853511ocn870147410book20140.01Wiles, DeborahFreedom Summer : celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Freedom SummerIn 1964, Joe is pleased that a new law will allow his best friend John Henry, who is black, to share the town pool and other public places with him, but he is dismayed to find that prejudice still exists11ocn857287115book2010Jérôme Lagarrigue11ocn802867923mixLagarrigue, JeromeArtist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material+-+1835155215+-+1835155215Fri Mar 21 16:01:07 EDT 2014batch9823