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by National Geographic Kids After getting oriented to maps…
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A magic spell goes awry in this graphic novel adventure for young readers. When the Knight is stuck peeling vegetables for the Wizard, she’s frustrated because she thought she’d be learning magic. Eventually, the Knight takes matters into her own hands...
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Short, snappy sentences recount young Audrey’s foray into the Civil Rights Movement in 1963 Birmingham, Alabama. Fred Shuttlesworth, Jim Bevel, and Martin Luther King were often dinner guests in her home, so Audrey had heard and absorbed a lot about the efforts to end segregation when listening to dinner conversation...