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Eve Bunting
1.   How Many Days to America?: A Thanksgiving Story
Eve Bunting (Author), Beth Peck (Illustrator)
Caribbean "boat people" seek haven in America.
[Grade Level: K - 3]
2.   Terrible Things: An Allegory of the Holocaust
Eve Bunting (Author), Stephen Gammell (Illustrator)
Terrible Things tells the story of a young rabbit who watches as time after time the "terrible things" swoop in and take away different groups of animals living in the forest, until the rabbits are last to remain. It is only when the rabbits are subsequently taken away by the terrible things that the reader learns that if all the animals of the forest had initially stood together against the terrible things, perhaps they would have all survived. This picture book models for young minds what can happen when people (or animals) do not stand up and help one another in the face of evil.
[Grade Level: K - 3]
3.   The Wall
Eve Bunting (Author), Ronald Himler (Illustrator)
A little boy's father takes him to the Vietnam War Memorial to find his grandfather's name on the wall.
[Grade Level: K - 6]
4.   The Wednesday Surprise
Eve Bunting (Author), Donald Carrick (Illustrator)
A girl teaches her grandmother to read.
[Grade Level: K - 3]
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