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Mittens to share —Sher, Emil, 1959- author.

The wonder of the winter season is brought to vivid life, in this deceptively simple tale, of a young girl who loses her mitten on a crisp, snowy day. Her disappointment is soon swept away, when she's back indoors lookin...

Away —Sher, Emil, 1959- author.

"Love shines through in the sticky notes shared between a mother and daughter in this picture book about making time for family in the midst of our busy lives."-- Provided by publisher.

Young man with camera —Sher, Emil, 1959- author.

T-- lives in a precarious world with very few friends, abused by a trio of bullies he calls Joined at the Hip, and his main refuge is the camera which he uses to capture the unique way he sees the world--but when he phot...

A pebble story —Sher, Emil, 1959-

A child's imagination can find something magical in just about anything -- even an ordinary pebble. In this colorful board book, a little boy uses red and black pebbles to make a face. But when it comes to the teeth, wou...

The children of Willesden Lane : a true story of hope and survival during World War II —Golabek, Mona, author.

The true story of Lisa Jura, one of the thousands of Jewish children who survived World War II via the Kindertransport.Fourteen-year-old Lisa Jura was a musical prodigy who hoped to become a concert pianist. But when Hit...

Young man with camera —Sher, Emil, 1959-
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2015

T-- lives in a precarious world with very few friends, abused by a trio of bullies he calls Joined at the Hip, and his main refuge is the camera which he uses to capture the unique way he sees the world--but when he phot...

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