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Zora and MeBook Verdict
ISBN: 9780763643003 Format: Print Book Edition: - Publisher: Candlewick Page Count: 192 Trim Size: 5 1/4" x 7 1/2" Authors: Victoria Bond, T. R. Simon Dewey Classification: F Accelerated Reader: Level: 5.3, Points: 5 Scholastic Reading Counts: Level: 5.6, Points: 9 Lexile: Level: 860L Awards & Honors: Booklist 2011 Top 10 Books for Youth, Black History; Top 10 Books for Youth, Historical Fiction:2011; 2011 Edgar Award Nominee, Best Juvenile; 2011 NCTE Notable Children's Books in the Language Arts; CLA Notable Children's Books in the English Language Arts 2011; IRA Notable Books for a Global Society 2011; Children's Book Committee Bank Street College of Education Children's Choices - Best Books of 2011, Historical Fiction, ages 9-12; Booklist 2010 Editor’s Choice, Books for Youth, Fiction, Middle Readers; Kirkus Reviews 2010 Best Children’s Books; VOYAs Top Shelf Fiction 2011
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