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|Winchester Comm. PL - Winchester||E SCH (Text)||76682000030195||Children's Easy Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0-316-44497-9
- Physical Description: print
|General Note:||TUMPIE, A YOUNG BLACK GIRL WHO WILL LATER BECOME FAMOUS AS THE DANCER JOSEPHINE BAKER, LONGS TO FIND THE OPPORTUNITY TO DANCE AMID THE POVERTY AND VIVACIOUS STREET LIFE OF ST. LOUIS IN THE EARLY 1900S.
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