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Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem, 1947-
What color is my world? : the lost history of African-American inventors / Kareem Abdul-Jabbar & Raymond Obstfeld ; illustrated by Ben Boos & A.G. Ford
1st ed
Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2012
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL jF ABD    AVAILABLE
 Juvenile Historic/1st Flr/ Check out to UM-D students, faculty & staff  jEH 3 .Abdu5 W5 2012    IN PROCESS
Subject(s) African American inventors -- Juvenile fiction
African American inventors -- Biography -- Juvenile literature
African Americans -- Juvenile fiction
African Americans -- Juvenile literature
Moving, Household -- Juvenile fiction
Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction
Twins -- Juvenile fiction
Physical Description 36 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 28 cm
Note Includes historical facts about how African-American inventors changed the way we live on paper flaps
Summary While twins Ella and Herbie help the handyman Mr. Midal work on their new home, he tells them about such inventors as Granville Woods, Dr. Henry T. Sampson, and James West, giving them a new view of their heritage as African-Americans
Note Includes bibliographical references (P. [3] of cover)
Reading Program Accelerated Reader AR MG 6.1 2pts
NOTE Gift from an anonymous donor, 2014
Series SOE Curriculum Lab
Alternate Author Obstfeld, Raymond, 1952-
Boos, Ben, 1971- ill
Ford, AG, ill

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