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March 25, 2002:
Wilma Unlimited: How Wilma Rudolph Became the World's Fastest Woman
GREAT book to introduce young readers to the INCREDIBLE and INSPIRATIONAL story of Wilma Rudolph. It tells how Wilma overcame polio at a young age, excelled in basketball, and became a United States track and field Olympian.
>>Featured in the Olympic Athletes Bookstore

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March 18, 2002:
A Picture Book of Harriet Tubman
Introduce Harriet Tubman to young readers with the EASY-TO-READ beginning biography of a REMARKABLE woman and conductor for the Underground Railroad. To learn more, join our
Women in History Reading Program featuring Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Helen Keller, and Amelia Earhart.
>>Featured in our Women in History Reading Program

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March 11, 2002:
The Century-America's Time (Boxed Set) - VHS
Relive the entire 20th century with ABC News and Peter Jennings. This 12-part documentary is a real value and makes a great addition to every video library.

>>Featured in the Millennium Bookstore

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February 25, 2002:
The Winter Olympics (True Books)
The Olympic Winter Games continue with this easy-to-read and entertaining book. You've watched the Games. Now, read about each of the winter sports. This "True Books" book gives you a brief history of each sport and explains how the sport is played and judged. It also includes a glossary in the back for an quick reference.
>>Featured in our Olympic Winter Games Bookstore

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February 18, 2002:
Biography - George Washington: Founding Father
A&E Biography videos are a great way to learn about history and events. Enjoy this terrific and interesting A&E video about George Washington, the Founding Father. For other A&E videos, check out
Thomas Jefferson: Philosopher of Freedom, and Benjamin Franklin: Citizen of the World.
>>Featured in Ben's Bookstore

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February 11, 2002:
The Thomas Edison Book of Easy and Incredible Experiments
Discover. Experiment. Learn. Be just like Thomas Edison. Whether you are a beginning inventor or a seasoned veteran, you can do it all with this fun-for-all and easy-to-understand book of incredible experiments.

>>Featured in Alva's Bookstore

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February 4, 2002:
Salt Lake 2002: An Official Book of the Olympic Winter Games
Capture the Spirit of the Games with this Offical Book of the XIX Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. It's a GREAT BOOK for your "Olympic Library." Enjoy it before, during, and after the Winter Games.

>>Featured in our Olympic Winter Games Bookstore

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January 28, 2002:
Jackie Robinson Breaks the Color Line (Cornerstones of Freedom)
How did this Brooklyn Dodger change history when he stepped onto the baseball diamond in 1947? What obstacles did he overcome? How did sports change after Jackie Robinson? You'll have to read the book for the answers.
>>Featured in our African-American History Reading Program

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January 21, 2002:
A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Learn about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. in this wonderful picture book by David Adler. It's easy-to-read and perfect for introducing children to one of the greatest Civil Rights leaders.
>>Featured in our American Biographies Reading Program

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January 14, 2002:
The Ben Franklin Book of Easy & Incredible Experiments: A Franklin Institute Science Museum Book
If you like to experiment, you'll love this Hands-on Experiment Book. From the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia, you can recreate the famous experiments of Ben Franklin in the same way he did - by performing experiments! Just follow the easy-to-understand instructions, and soon you'll be an incredible scientist just like Ben.
>>Featured in Ben's Bookstore

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