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Miss Moore thought otherwise : how Anne Carroll Moore created libraries for children / written by Jan Pinborough ; illustrated by Debby Atwell.

Pinborough, Jan, author. (Author). Atwell, Debby, illustrator. (Added Author).
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  • 38 of 40 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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APLS-Decatur ETF PIN (Text) 34207001896209 JFET Available -
Brookston Prairie Township Public Library - Brookston J P PIN (Text) 38209000800048 Picture Book Available -
Brookville Public Library E 020.92 PIN (Text) 38217000497962 Easy Nonfiction Available -
Cicero Branch J 020.92.c Pinborough, Jan (Text) 78294000245442 J Non-Fiction Available -
Clinton Public Library - Clinton C 020.92 PIN (Text) 36806010204608 CHILDREN Available -
Coatesville-Clay Township Public Library - Coatesville J 020.92 (Text) 78321000022297 Juvenile Non-Fiction Available -
Culver-Union Township Public Library - Culver JBIO MOO (Text) 34304000713028 Juvenile - Biography Available -
Eckhart Public Library - Main JB MOO (Text) 840191002024459 Children's Biographies - Lower Level Available -
Flora-Monroe Township Public Library - Flora J 020.92 PIN (Text) 50825010625845 Juvenile Non-Fiction Available -
Garrett Public Library JPIC AMERICA (Text) 30010170681590 Juvenile Picture Books Available -
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  • ISBN: 9780547471051
  • ISBN: 054747105X
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Publisher: Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.

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General Note: "How Anne Carroll Moore created libraries for children" on cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Summary, etc.: Once upon a time in America, children could not take books home from the library. Adults thought that children would ruin the library books with their dirty hands. Children would never remember to bring library books back. Reading wasn't very important for children, especially not for girls. But Miss Moore thought otherwise, in fact Miss Moore thought that children deserved a room of their own, and most important of all, borrowing privileges to hundreds and hundreds of the best children's books in many different languages.
Subject: Moore, Anne Carroll, 1871-1961 > Juvenile literature.
Children's librarians > United States > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Children's libraries > United States > History > Juvenile literature.
New York Public Library > Biography > Juvenile literature.

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