Mike's List Germantown High School 1169439 Follett Library Resources Prices guaranteed through May 19, 2013

Download 46.64 Kb.
Date conversion15.05.2016
Size46.64 Kb.

Top of Form

Mike's List
Germantown High School
Follett Library Resources
Prices guaranteed through May 19, 2013

IL=Interest Level, RL=Reading Level

The 80-yard run : a twenty-week, coast-to-coast quest for the heart of high school football
By Hopkins, Theron Dewey: 796.332
Recounts the author's travels around the U.S. during one footballs season, attending summer practice and a series of state championships to reveal the irresistible nature of high school football and the importance of the sport to the players, coaches, and fans.
____#25177X1 2008 IL:AD $21.26

American Shaolin : flying kicks, Buddhist monks, and the legend of iron crotch : an odyssey in the new China
By Polly, Matthew Dewey: 796.815
Matthew Polly recounts the experiences he had during the two years he spent living and studying in China, performing with the Shaolin monks, who taught Matthew important lessons about life and his place in the universe.
AR: 6.5 UG 18.0 120290EN
____#15697V1 2007 IL:AD $17.06

Beautiful boy : a father's journey through his son's addiction
By Sheff, David Dewey: 362.29
Journalist David Sheff tells the story of his son Nic's happy early childhood, the transformation wrought by Nic's addiction to methamphetamine, and his own obsession with Nic's well-being.
AR: 6.5 UG 19.0 151410EN
____#15942Z2 2008 IL:AD $18.31

Black hearts : one platoon's descent into madness in Iraq's triangle of death
By Frederick, Jim, 1971- Dewey: 956.7044
Provides an account of the rape of a fourteen-year-old Iraqi girl and the execution of her and her family by four soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division's Black Heart Brigade in 2005, and discusses the gruesome deaths of three other 1st Platoon soldiers in Iraq's so-called Triangle of Death, the country's most dangerous location.
____#0490UJ1 2010 IL:AD $13.65

The blind side : evolution of a game
By Lewis, Michael (Michael M.) Dewey: 796.332
Details the life of University of Mississippi football player Michael Oher, who was raised by a crack addicted mother and adopted at the age of sixteen by a wealthy family, and explores the rising importance and salary of the offensive left tackle in the game of football.
AR: 7.2 UG 19.0 114311EN RC: 8.3 25 Lexile: 980
____#0339YV9 2007 IL:AD $17.51

Born to run : a hidden tribe, superathletes, and the greatest race the world has never seen
By McDougall, Christopher, 1962- Dewey: 796.42
The author describes his work with Caballo Blanco, an outsider who befriended the Tarahumara Indians, in which the two men organized a running event between the tribesmen, who are considered to have superhuman running abilities, and Americans, including a ultramarathoner, a surfer, and others; and includes facts about techniques and the history of running.
____#0161FB3 2009 IL:AD $13.61

The boy who harnessed the wind : creating currents of electricity and hope
By Kamkwamba, William, 1987- Dewey: 609
The author details how he ignored naysayers and was able to bring electricity and running water to his Malawian village when he built a makeshift windmill out of scrap metal and spare parts.
AR: 6.4 UG 15.0 139960EN RC: 7.5 21 Lexile: 960
____#0189ZL2 2009 IL:AD $19.71

Brave girl eating : a family's struggle with anorexia
By Brown, Harriet Dewey: 616.85
Harriet Brown chronicles her family's uncoventional methods of helping her fourteen-year-old daughter, Kitty, recover from anorexia and discusses the emotional challenges they faced as they tried to save Kitty's life.
____#0203DE8 2010 IL:AD $22.14

Bringing down the house : the inside story of six MIT students who took Vegas for millions
By Mezrich, Ben, 1969- Dewey: 364.1
Describes how a group of overachieving, anarchist MIT students joined a decades-old underground blackjack club dedicated to counting cards and beating the system at major casinos around the world, managed to legally take several Las Vegas casinos for more than three million dollars.
____#27542X7 2002 IL:AD $12.80

The burn journals
By Runyon, Brent Dewey: 362.28
Presents the true story of Brent Runyon who at fourteen set himself on fire and sustained burns over eighty percent of his body, and describes the months of physical and mental rehabilitation that followed as he attempted to pull his life together.
AR: 3.8 UG 12.0 80773EN RC: 5.8 19 Lexile: 690
____#0194QX9 2004 IL:AD $19.61

The complete Persepolis
By Satrapi, Marjane, 1969- Dewey: 741.5
Marjane Satrapi recounts her childhood and coming of age in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution, as well as her self-imposed exile from her native country, through comic strips that reflect how her own history is tied to the history of Iran.
____#21744U0 2007 IL:YA $21.26

Coop : a family, a farm, and the pursuit of one good egg
By Perry, Michael, 1964- Dewey: 977.5
The authors describes his move to a thirty-seven-acre farm in Wisconsin with his pregnant wife and daughter, discussing what the experience taught him about hard work, rural families, parenting, and his childhood.
____#29857PX 2009 IL:AD $12.79

Designated fat girl : a memoir
By Joyner, Jennifer Dewey: 617.5
A memoir in which the author recalls the humiliation she felt at being obese at 336 pounds, and her inability to control her addiction to food, and discusses her decision to have gastric-bypass surgery, the resulting complications, and her recovery and weight loss.
____#0249HH1 2010 IL:AD $14.46

Eating animals
By Foer, Jonathan Safran, 1977- Dewey: 641.3
Examines various philosophical topics related to vegetarianism and eating habits in general, chronicling the author's struggle, as he approaches fatherhood, with how to make dietary choices on a child's behalf, and analyzes various aspects of folklore, culture, tradition, and myth that help people justify eating habits.
____#0073GJX 2009 IL:AD $16.91

The execution of Private Slovik
By Huie, William Bradford, 1910-1986 Dewey: 355.1
Reconstructs the story of Private Eddie Slovik, a World War II soldier who was tried for desertion and executed for his crime in 1944.
____#22428Q2 2004 IL:AD $14.95

The express : the Ernie Davis story
By Gallagher, Robert C Dewey: 796.332
Chronicles the life and career of football star Ernie Davis, discussing his years playing football and basketball for Syracuse University, record-breaking achievements, place as the number one pick in the 1962 NFL draft, devastating cancer diagnosis, and other related topics.
____#04967Z3 1999 IL:AD $11.95

Extra lives : why video games matter
By Bissell, Tom, 1974- Dewey: 794.8
Explores the role video games play in contemporary American culture, discussing how they have evolved over time, why they are so popular, how they might be played in the future, and why they are a viable form of entertainment.
____#0048CB0 2010 IL:AD $19.56

Fallen astronauts : heroes who died reaching for the moon
By Burgess, Colin, 1947- Dewey: 629.45
Provides brief biographical sketches commemorating fifteen astronauts who died as a result of their efforts to reach the moon.
Lexile: 1290
____#36503E2 2003 IL:AD $25.00

First and long : a black school, a white school, and their season of dreams
By Borowski, Greg Dewey: 796.332
Presents an account of what happened when the coach of the white suburban Shorewood High School in Milwaukee got the idea of joining with the predominantly African-American Messmer High School to create a football squad during the 2001 season, discussing their struggles to maintain racial harmony while trying a bond into a winning team.
____#35791FX 2004 IL:AD $14.46

Flags of our fathers
By Bradley, James, 1954- Dewey: 940.54
Presents an account of the Marines who came together during the battle of Iwo Jima to raise the American flag in a moment that has been immortalized in one of the most famous photographs of World War II.
AR: 8.4 UG 22.0 49820EN RC: 10 28 Lexile: 950
____#0005TJ9 2006 IL:YA $20.61

Flyboys : a true story of courage
By Bradley, James, 1954- Dewey: 940.54
Examines the disappearance of eight American airmen shot down and taken prisoner on the remote island of Chichi Jima in World War II and the secrecy that surrounded the events for decades, and discusses the violence inflicted by both sides in the Pacific War.
AR: 8.4 UG 23.0 76497EN
____#0248KJ3 2004 IL:AD $17.71

Freakonomics : a rogue economist explores the hidden side of everything
By Levitt, Steven D Dewey: 330
The authors explore the economics of real-world issues often viewed as insignificant, such as the extent to which the Roe v. Wade decision affected violent crime, and examine hidden incentives behind all sorts of human behavior.
AR: 9.2 UG 16.0 147781EN
____#36383U3 2009 IL:AD $13.64

Ghost soldiers : the epic account of World War II's greatest rescue mission
By Sides, Hampton Dewey: 940.54
Chronicles the raid by 121 U.S. troops to rescue 513 prisoners of war, including the last survivors of the Bataan Death March, from the Philippines in January 1945.
AR: 9.1 UG 21.0 86219EN
____#31280T5 2001 IL:AD $13.65

Girl, interrupted
By Kaysen, Susanna, 1948- Dewey: 616.89
The author describes her two-year stay at a psychiatric hospital renowned for its famous clientele and for its progressive methods of treatment.
AR: 5.4 UG 5.0 36631EN RC: 8.9 7 Lexile: 760
____#33074X9 1993 IL:AD $19.61

By Saviano, Roberto, 1979- Dewey: 364.1
An investigation of the Italian crime network known as the Camorra, focusing on its effects on the city of Naples, one of the ports through which the Camorra, also known as the System, runs its global operation, which includes interests in construction, high fashion, drugs, and toxic-waste disposal.
____#23102U7 2007 IL:AD $21.30

Good behavior
By Henry, Nathan L Dewey: 365
Nathan Henry, serving time for an armed robbery he committed when he was sixteen, reflects on the crimes, drugs, sex, and violence in his past, while beginning to understand he can turn his life around.
AR: 5.4 UG 9.0 138674EN RC: 5.6 15 Lexile: 860
____#29923U8 2010 IL:YA $17.99

Have you no shame? : and other regrettable stories
By Shukert, Rachel Dewey: 305.892
A Jewish-American author describes select moments and events from throughout her life, which includes her childhood in Omaha, Nebraska, and moving to Manhattan to pursue an acting career.
____#06141VX 2008 IL:AD $11.95

Heavier than heaven : a biography of Kurt Cobain
By Cross, Charles R Dewey: 782.42166
Chronicles the troubled, creative life of rock singer-songwriter Kurt Cobain, who rose to fame in the early 1990s as the lead singer of Nirvana and shot himself in 1994, and describes the aftermath of his death for his wife, daughter, parents, friends, and fans.
____#25835MX 2001 IL:AD $21.29

Hoop dreams : a true story of hardship and triumph
By Joravsky, Ben Dewey: 796.323
A biography of Arthur Agee and William Gates, two promising high school basketball players in Chicago whose experiences were captured in the documentary film "Hoop Dreams."
AR: 5.6 UG 14.0 75480EN Lexile: 800
____#38397X2 1996 IL:AD $18.81

House rules : a memoir
By Sontag, Rachel Dewey: 306.874
The author reflects on her father's control and abusiveness and discusses how she broke free from his rules.
AR: 5.3 UG 11.0 126926EN RC: 5.4 18 Lexile: 820
____#27843Z7 2008 IL:AD $11.94

How lucky you can be : the story of Coach Don Meyer
By Olney, Buster Dewey: 796.323
Examines the life and career of Don Meyer, head basketball coach at Northern State University at the time of his retirement in 2010.
____#0281TA2 2010 IL:AD $21.30

Hurricane : the miraculous journey of Rubin Carter
By Hirsch, James S Dewey: 364.15
Chronicles Rubin Carter's twenty-year imprisonment, discussing why he was accused of three murders he did not commit, how racial issues affected the outcome of his trial, how he earned the support of celebrities, and why a group of Canadians decided to help him prove his innocence.
____#38049V2 2000 IL:YA $19.06

I'm perfect, you're doomed : tales from a Jehovah's witness upbringing
By Abrahams, Kyria Dewey: 289.9
Kyria Abrahams chronicles her coming of age as a Jehovah's Witness, describing her family's strict religious belief, her arranged marriage to a man she didn't love, and the eventual realization that the only people who could help her escape her restrictive life were those she had labeled sinners years earlier.
____#15951G6 2009 IL:AD $18.74

Into thin air : a personal account of the Mount Everest disaster
By Krakauer, Jon Dewey: 796.52
The author relates his experience of climbing Mount Everest during its deadliest season and examines what it is about the mountain that makes people willingly subject themselves to such risk, hardship, and expense.
AR: 8.9 UG 17.0 19789EN RC: 10 24 Lexile: 1320
____#30057X4 1999 IL:YA $19.71

Iron heart : the true story of how I came back from the dead
By Boyle, Brian Dewey: 796
The author details his tragic accident, recovery, and how he was able to bring his body back to a physical state able to compete in a triathlon in Kona, Hawaii.
AR: 6.3 UG 11.0 141696EN RC: 6.2 17 Lexile: 900
____#0160DS1 2009 IL:YA $12.76

The latehomecomer : a Hmong family memoir
By Yang, Kao Kalia, 1980- Dewey: 959.704
A memoir in which Kao Kalia Yang, born in Thailand's Ban Vinai Refugee Camp, shares the story of her family's escape from Laos, their experiences in refugee camps, and their struggles adjusting to American life and learning after settling in St. Paul, Minnesota, when she was six years old.
____#18926W8 2008 IL:AD $13.61

Lone survivor : the eyewitness account of Operation Redwing and the lost heroes of SEAL Team 10
By Luttrell, Marcus Dewey: 958.104
American Navy SEAL and team leader Marcus Luttrell tells his story of the loss of his teammates in July 2005 along the mountainous Afghanistan-Pakistan border to al-Qaida insurgents.
AR: 7.2 UG 21.0 155417EN
____#0304WJ8 2007 IL:AD $17.71

Manic : a memoir
By Cheney, Terri, 1959- Dewey: 616.89
Teri Cheney, a former entertainment lawyer in Beverly Hills, shares the story of her struggles with bipolar disorder, describing what she endured with mood swings, medications, and even shock treatments, before finally gaining control of her illness.
____#14177ZX 2009 IL:AD $11.94

Med head : my knock-down, drag-out, drugged-up battle with my brain
By Patterson, James, 1947- Dewey: 616.8
Tells the true story of Cory Friedman and his thirteen-year battle with Tourette syndrome, numerous medications and treatments, and his family's determination to find help for their son.
AR: 6.1 MG 9.0 136677EN
____#35118UX 2008 IL:YA $12.61

The men who stare at goats
By Ronson, Jon, 1967- Dewey: 355.3
Traces the evolution of the bizarre activities of the U.S. Army's First Earth Battalion, a group who believes it is possible for a soldier to become invisible, pass through walls, and kill goats just by staring at them.
____#0201QA7 2004 IL:AD $12.80

Methland : the death and life of an American small town
By Reding, Nick Dewey: 362.29
Presents a case study of Oelwein, Iowa, a rural community that became a mecca of crystal methamphetamine production when residents could no longer support themselves through agriculture and business, introduces some of the people involved with the drug, and looks at efforts to save the town.
____#0154NC3 2009 IL:AD $16.00

Model : a memoir
By Diamond, Cheryl Dewey: 746.9
The author shares her experiences as a high fashion model living in New York and provides insight into the industry.
AR: 5.3 UG 14.0 123977EN RC: 6.7 22 Lexile: 780, NC
____#10670W3 2008 IL:YA $14.21

Moonwalking with Einstein : the art and science of remembering everything
By Foer, Joshua Dewey: 153.1
United States Memory Champion Joshua Foer chronicles his exploration of human memory, examining how the memory can be improved and discussing the value of memory.
____#0017QV3 2011 IL:AD $13.65

Onward : how Starbucks fought for its life without losing its soul
By Schultz, Howard Dewey: 647.95
Howard Schultz recounts his decision to return as the CEO of Starbucks eight years after he stepped down in an effort to return the company to its core values and restore its financial health during the struggling economy.
____#0092UJ6 2011 IL:AD $25.99

Our boys : a perfect season on the plains with the Smith Center Redmen
By Drape, Joe Dewey: 796.332
Chronicles the successes of Smith Center High School's football team--the Redmen--describing the winning streak leading the team into the 2008 season, and details the roles and worries of the coach, players, and community about maintaining perfection.
AR: 7.3 MG 13.0 136854EN
____#00427Z2 2009 IL:AD $22.55

Outcasts united : an American town, a refugee team, and one woman's quest to make a difference
By St. John, Warren Dewey: 796.334
American-educated Jordanian Luma Mufleh founds a youth soccer team comprised of children from Liberia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Balkan states, and elsewhere in the refugee settlement town of Clarkston, Georgia, bringing the children together to discover their common bonds as they adjust to life in a new homeland.
AR: 8.0 UG 19.0 135966EN
____#08137Y0 2009 IL:AD $12.80

Population, 485 : meeting your neighbors one siren at a time
By Perry, Michael, 1964- Dewey: 363.37
Michael Perry chronicles the experiences he had after returning to his childhood hometown of New Auburn, Wisconsin, and joining the volunteer fire department.
____#22702Z6 2002 IL:AD $11.94

Purge : rehab diaries
By Johns, Nicole Dewey: 362.19685
The author describes her recovery from Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS), an eating disorder that borrows from both anorexia and bulimia.
____#00842JX 2009 IL:AD $14.46

Rez life : an Indian's journey through reservation life
By Treuer, David Dewey: 323.1197
Novelist David Treuer examines Native American reservation life--past and present--illuminating misunderstood contemporary issues of sovereignty, treaty rights, and natural-resource conservation while also exploring crime and poverty, casinos and wealth, and the preservation of native language and culture.
____#0309JW1 2012 IL:AD $22.15

Shadow divers : the true adventure of two Americans who risked everything to solve one of the last mysteries of World War II
By Kurson, Robert Dewey: 940.54
Tells the story of the discovery in 1991 of a World War II German U-boat, sunk sixty miles off the coast of New Jersey, by deep sea divers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler, and their six year obsession with identifying the submarine which sank with its crew onboard.
AR: 7.1 UG 21.0 86490EN
____#0316ZJ8 2004 IL:AD $20.61

Smashed : story of a drunken girlhood
By Zailckas, Koren Dewey: 616.86
The author discusses her relationship with alcohol, telling how she began drinking at the age of fourteen and continued drinking for the express purpose of getting drunk, bolstering her courage, or medicating her moods, and sharing the reasons why she decided to give up alcohol nine years later.
AR: 7.4 UG 18.0 103445EN
____#33049W8 2005 IL:AD $17.71

Spook : science tackles the afterlife
By Roach, Mary Dewey: 129
The author looks to science to determine whether the human soul exists in death, and travels to various places around the world to discuss supernatural occurrences with spirit guides and mediums.
____#0464DH0 2005 IL:AD $12.76

Stiff : the curious lives of human cadavers
By Roach, Mary Dewey: 611
Explores how human cadavers have been used throughout history, discussing how the use of dead bodies has benefited every aspect of human existence.
AR: 9.4 UG 16.0 77823EN RC: 11 18 Lexile: 1230
____#34989V9 2003 IL:AD $18.31

Stolen innocence : triumphing over a childhood broken by abuse : a memoir
By Merryn, Erin Dewey: 362.76
The author recalls her traumatic experiences as a victim of sexual abuse as a child and shares her thoughts of pain, confusion, and then forgiveness for her abuser through her personal diary.
____#09739R5 2004 IL:AD $8.41

Street gang : the complete history of Sesame Street
By Davis, Michael, 1952- Dewey: 791.43
An exploration of the history of "Sesame Street" that discusses the television program's creation, rise in popularity, success, cast and crew, and more.
____#02778Z7 2008 IL:AD $14.50

The suicide index : putting my father's death in order
By Wickersham, Joan Dewey: 155.9
Joan Wickersham reflects on how her father's suicide impacted her life and challenged every idea she had ever had about her father's life and happiness.
____#17228WX 2008 IL:AD $21.30

The Tao of Pooh
By Hoff, Benjamin, 1946- Dewey: 299
Explains the principles of Taoism through Winnie-the-Pooh, and explains Winnie-the-Pooh through the secret wisdom of the Taoists.
RC: 5.5 8 Lexile: 810
____#30404E7 1982 IL:AD $17.01

The te of Piglet
By Hoff, Benjamin, 1946- Dewey: 299.5
The author and the characters from the Pooh books engage in dialogue elucidating the Taoist principle of Te, the Way of the Small.
____#24423Q5 1992 IL:AD $17.01

Tears of the desert : a memoir of survival in Darfur
By Bashir, Halima, 1979- Dewey: 962.404
Recounts the author's experiences and observations of the genocide in Darfur, and her role as a physician treating girls who had been raped and mutilated, after tensions between Sudan's Islamist dictatorship and communities such as the Zaghawa tribe exploded.
____#01105X7 2009 IL:AD $13.65

This will kill you : a guide to the ways in which we go
By Newquist, H. P. (Harvey P.) Dewey: 614.4
Examines what happens to the human body when death is caused by diseases, deadly bugs, animal predators, natural disasters, and other tragic accidents; and also features a mentions notable deaths throughout history with a death rating system, and more.
____#0181CL4 2009 IL:AD $19.61

Trauma junkie : memoirs of an emergency flight nurse
By Hudson, Janice Dewey: 362.18
The author shares stories from her high-stress career working as a nurse for CALSTAR, a helicopter ambulance service that flies accident victims and other emergency patients to major hospital trauma centers.
____#39718A7 2010 IL:YA $17.01

Truck : a love story
By Perry, Michael, 1964- Dewey: 629.223
The author, a nearly forty emergency medical responder in a small Wisconsin town, chronicles humorous, hapless, and rewarding events from one year of his life, focusing on his repair of a 1951 International Harvester pickup truck and a hopeful new romance that followed several failed ones.
____#32979Z6 2006 IL:AD $11.94

Tweak : growing up on methamphetamines
By Sheff, Nic Dewey: 362.29
The author describes his childhood in California, his addiction to crystal meth and heroin at a young age, his relapse after eighteen months of sobriety, and his path to recovery.
AR: 4.9 UG 17.0 121973EN RC: 5.7 26 Lexile: 770, HL
____#03474Z6 2008 IL:YA $7.14

Unbroken : a World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption
By Hillenbrand, Laura Dewey: 940.54
A biography of Olympic runner and World War II bombardier, Louis Zamperini, who had been rambunctious in childhood before succeeding in track and eventually serving in the military, which led to a trial in which he was forced to find a way to survive in the open ocean after being shot down.
AR: 7.7 UG 24.0 144668EN
____#0354ZD8 2010 IL:AD $23.00

The unforgiving minute : a soldier's education
By Mullaney, Craig M Dewey: 958.104
The author provides an account of his experiences as a soldier, a profession he sees as a spiritual calling, discussing his training and education at West Point and Oxford, describing his feelings about the realities of combat during his service as a lieutenant in Afghanistan, and sharing his thoughts as a veteran.
____#08856R7 2009 IL:AD $13.65

An unquiet mind
By Jamison, Kay R Dewey: 616.89
International authority on manic-depression tells the story of her own battle with the illness which revealed itself through episodes of violence, bouts of madness and attempts of suicide.
____#10608H4 1995 IL:AD $24.66

By Junger, Sebastian Dewey: 958.104
A combat narrative based on journalist Sebastian Junger's experiences in Afghanistan in 2007 and 2008, during which he spent time intermittently embedded with a platoon of the 173rd Airborne brigade in Korengal Valley.
AR: 7.8 UG 14.0 151109EN
____#0191EM2 2010 IL:AD $13.64

What every body is saying : an ex-FBI agent's guide to speed-reading people
By Navarro, Joe, 1953- Dewey: 153.6
Offers advice on reading nonverbal communication from a former FBI counterintelligence officer, and discusses the influence of body language, behaviors that reveal sentiment, nonverbals that establish trust and assert authority, and more.
____#0352BJX 2008 IL:YA $24.21

Where men win glory : the odyssey of Pat Tillman
By Krakauer, Jon Dewey: 796.332
Presents a biographical discussion of Pat Tillman, covering the true events and actions surrounding the death of the U.S. Army soldier by friendly fire in Afghanistan in 2004, and examines the misrepresentation of his story by the Bush administration before the truth was revealed.
AR: 9.7 UG 24.0 150129EN
____#0263ZA8 2010 IL:AD $13.61

By Eggers, Dave Dewey: 305.892
Details the experiences of Abdulrahman Zeitoun, a Syrian-American and New Orleans resident, and his family, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and describes how he was arrested and falsely imprisoned because of his ethnicity.
AR: 6.0 UG 14.0 155610EN
____#0012AF4 2010 IL:AD $20.61

The zookeeper's wife
By Ackerman, Diane Dewey: 940.53
Relates the story of Jan and Antonina Zabinski, Christian zookeepers at the Warsaw Zoo, who helped save the lives of approximately three hundred Polish Jews during World War II by housing and feeding them on zoo grounds and teaching them how to "pass" as Aryan.
____#27691U2 2007 IL:AD $21.26

Bottom of Form

Titlewave Questions: Contact our Library Service Consultants atlsc@flr.follett.com or 888.511.5114 ext. 1164 or 815.759.1700 or use ourOnline Help

Order Questions: Contact your Customer Care Consultant at peggi.bonogofsky@flr.follett.com or 888.511.5114 ext. 3557
Copyright © 2013 Follett Library Resources, Inc. – 1340 Ridgeview Drive – McHenry, Illinois 60050
Phone: 888.511.5114 or 815.759.1700 – Fax: 800.852.5458 or 815.759.9831

The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page