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Series: Compass Point Early Biographies

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Abraham Lincoln (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Albert Einstein (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Dana Meachen Rau
Alexander Graham Bell (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Benjamin Franklin (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Cesar Chavez (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Kitty Shea
Charles Lindbergh (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Eleanor Roosevelt (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Pam Rosenberg
Frederick Douglass (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Dana Meachen Rau
George Armstrong Custer (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Dana Meachen Rau
George Washington (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Andrew Santella
George Washington Carver (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Vicky Franchino
Harriet Tubman (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Dana Meachen Rau
Jackie Robinson (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Jane Addams (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
John F. Kennedy (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Vicky Franchino
Levi Strauss (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Marie Curie (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Dana Meachen Rau
Martin Luther King Jr. (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Pocahontas (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Rosa Parks (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Michelle Levine
Sojourner Truth (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Elizabeth Dana Jaffe
Susan B. Anthony (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Thomas Edison (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Thomas Jefferson (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma
Thomas Jefferson (Compass Point Early Biographies) by Lucia Raatma

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