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Click here for more information about Thus Far on the Way: Toward a Theology of Child Advocacy
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Thus Far on the Way: Toward a Theology of Child Advocacy
Since 1994's founding of the Institute for Child Advocacy Ministry at the former Alex Haley Farm in Clinton, TN, Dr. Lindner has been ministering among the remarkable and diverse souls who feel called to child advocacy. In the course of preaching there, a brother or sister would stand and call out, "Talk!" This book is drawn from those many presentations and is answering that call to "talk," offered in hope it will be for you a sustaining word that resonates with your sense of calling to those children who are last, lost and left behind.

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Click here for more information about Talkin' About Bessie: The Story of Aviator Elizabeth Coleman
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Talkin' About Bessie: The Story of Aviator Elizabeth Coleman
By Nikki Grimes, Illustrated by E.B. Lewis "Airplanes were widely used in air strikes during World War !, but after the war, civilians had no use for the machines or the pilots who had flown them. Several years would pass before planes were used to transport passengers. Until then, pilots who wished to earn a living flying resorted to performing death-defying stunts, hundreds of feet above the ground, at outdoor circuses. These stunts, or aerobatics, requited special skill, steady nerves, split-second timing, and great physical strength, for with each roll, loop or nosedive the pilot had to fight the natural force of gravity. There was no room for failure because failure often meant death. Not surprisingly, these barnstormers, as they were called, were known for their daring. One of the most daring and dazzling of them all was Elizabeth 'Bessie' Coleman." © 2002 Paperback

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Click here for more information about Sweethearts of Rhythm: The Story of the Greatest All-Girl Swing Band in the World
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Sweethearts of Rhythm: The Story of the Greatest All-Girl Swing Band in the World
By Marilyn Nelson, Illustrated by Jerry Pinkney "Every swing tune tells a story without words: The truth of people breathing in unison, the democracy of harmonies and chords. Unique, disparate voices raised as one. In the 1940s, as the world was at war, a remarkable jazz band performed on the American home front. This all-female band found its way to the most famous ballrooms in the country, providing solace during the hard years of the war. They dared to be an interracial group despite the cruelties of Jim Crow laws, and they dared to assert their talents although they were women in a 'man's' profession. Their story, told in rich, thought-provoking poems and arresting, magnificent images, is the story of our nation -- of our biggest challenges and our inspiring moments of glory." © 2009 Hard cover

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ĦOle! Flamenco
By George Ancona "With captivating photographs, and engaging text, George Ancona explores the origins, history, techniques, and performance of flamenco. Come along and catch flamenco fever. ĦOle!" © 2010 Hard cover

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Click here for more information about A Small Nation of People: W. E. B. DuBois & African American Portraits of Progress
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A Small Nation of People: W. E. B. DuBois & African American Portraits of Progress
Credited to the Library of Congress with essays from David Levering Lewis and Deborah Willis "A fascinating representation of black America at the turn of the twentieth century -- and a generation of African Americans who deeply believed it was their responsibility to create a new identity and a better future in this country for themselves and their children." -- Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children's Defense Fund

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