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Steamboat school/ by Deborah Hopkinson ; illustrated by Ron Husband.

Hopkinson, Deborah author. (Author). Husband, Ron, illustrator. (Added Author).
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  • 17 of 20 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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APLS-Decatur ETF HOP (Text) 34207002025030 JFET Available -
Cicero Branch PIC.c Hopkinson, D (Text) 78294000258702 J Picture Available -
Eckhart Public Library - Main JP HOP (Text) 840191002258730 Children's Picture Books - Lower Level Mending -
Garrett Public Library JPIC SCHOOL (Text) 30010170782505 Juvenile Picture Books Available -
Hagerstown Jefferson Township Public Library - Hagerstown JUV PICTURE BK HOPK (Text) 39213000774954 JUV Picture Books Available -
Hartford City Public Library - Hartford City JE HOP (Text) 76051000171419 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Jennings County Public Library - North Vernon JUV PIC HOP (Text) 30653005575931 New Juvenile Books Available -
Lake Village Memorial Township Library B FIC HOPKINS (Text) 71561000134606 Picture books Available -
Ligonier Public Library - Ligonier j FIC H 1-2 (Text) 73571200123836 Children's Room Available -
Mitchell Community Public Library - Mitchell JIF HOP (Text) 36823001652869 New Books Available -
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  • ISBN: 9781423121961
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged): color illustrations ; 26 x 28 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York: Disney-Hyperion, [2016]

Content descriptions

General Note: "Inspired by a true story."
"St. Louis, Missouri:1847."
Summary, etc.: In 1847 St.Louis, Missouri, when a new law against educating African Americans forces Reverend John to close his school, he finds an ingenious solution to the state law by moving his school to a steamboat in the Mississippi River. Includes author's note on Reverend John Berry Meachum, a minister, entrepreneur, and educator who fought tirelessly for the rights of African Americans.
Subject: Meachum, John B. 1789 > Juvenile fiction.
Education > Fiction.
African Americans > Fiction.

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