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Boston Tea Party: Rebellion in the Colonies

Book: By James E. Knight.
For ages 9-12.

Fodor's Around Boston With Kids

Friends Booksale

The Friends of the Brookline Library Booksale has over 2000 books on its shelves, maintained by volunteers, and it funds special programs at the Brookline libraries. Located in the main library at 361 Washington St., it is open during library hours, but the selection is best on Tuesdays and Thursdays, when volunteers are on hand to restock the shelves and to help find specific titles. Donations are also always welcome, especially on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
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If You Lived in Colonial Times

By Ann McGovern.
For ages 9-12.

If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620

Book: By Ann McGovern.
For ages 9-12.

Johnny Tremain

Book: By Esther Forbes.
"Classic tale of a teenager caught up in the events of April 19, 1775 - the day the shot heard 'round the world was fired.

Journey Around Boston From A to Z

Boston in words and pictures for kids.

Kidding Around Boston

Book: Visting Boston with kids.

Little House by Boston Bay

Book: By Melissa Wiley.
Young girl faces privation during the War of 1812. Ages 9-12.

Make Way for Ducklings

Book: By Robert McCloskey.
The classic Boston children's story. How will Mrs. Mallard lead her brood across busy Beacon Street to the pond in the Public Garden?

Oh Boy, Boston!

Book: By Patricia Reilly Giff.
The Polk Street Kids are on their class trip to Boston! They're going to fly kites on Boston Common, walk the Freedom Trail and put on a play with Richard "Beast" Best as Paul Revere. Ages 4-8.

Paul Revere: Boston Patriot

Book: By Augusta Stevenson.
Ages 9-12.
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Sarah Morton's Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl

Book: By Kate Waters.
For ages 4-8.

Sleds on the Boston Common

BBook: y Louise Borden and Robert Andrew Parker.
Life for kids in Boston under British occupation."
Ages 4-8.

The Boston Coffee Party

Book: By Doreen Rappaport and Emily Arnold McCully.
"During the Revolutionary War, two young sisters help a group of Boston women get coffee from a greedy merchant."
Ages 4-8.

The Boston Tea Party

Book: By Steven Kroll.
Ages 9-12.

The Fifth of March: A Story of the Boston Massacre

Book: By Ann Rinaldi.
For young adults.

Zachary's Ball

When his father takes him to his first baseball game, Zachary is amazed by the sights and sounds of Fenway Park. When his father catches a foul ball and gives it to Zachary, something amazing happens - Zachary finds himself playing for the Red Sox.

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