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When Jo Louis Won the Title
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'Jo Louis dreads her first day in her new school because she is sure that the other children will make fun of her name.'
Jo Louis dreads her first day in her new school because she is sure that the other children will make fun of her name.
ISBN: 9780395816578 Author: Johnson, Larry Author: Johnson, Larry A. Author: Rochelle, Belinda Author: Johnson, Larry Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers Location: Boston Subject: General Subject: Biography Subject: Ethnic - African American Subject: Names, personal Subject: Family - Multigenerational Subject: Social Situations - New Experience Subject: Grandfathers Subject: Boxing Subject: Louis, joe, 1914-1981 Subject: Situations / New Experience Subject: People & Places - United States - African-American Subject: Social Issues - New Experience Subject: Social Issues - Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance Subject: African Americans Subject: Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction-Self-Esteem and Self-Reliance Subject: Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction Copyright: 1996 Edition Description: Trade Paper, Picture Publication Date: August 1996 Binding: Paperback Grade Level: from K up to 3 Language: English Illustrations: YES Pages: 32 Dimensions: 9.90x7.52x.15 in. .34 lbs. Children's Book Type: Picture / Wordless Age Level: 04-08 Related Subjects
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