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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Alice K. Flanagan  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Audience: Children;

Born:


-- Alice K. Flanagan on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=alice+k.+flanagan


Illinois Connection

Alice lives in Chicago, Illinois.

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Titles At Your Library

The Wampanoags (True Books: American Indians)
ISBN: 0516263889

Childrens Pr. 1998

Presents the cultural, social, and historical achievements of the Wampanoags

The Pueblos (True Books: American Indians)
ISBN: 0516263838

Childrens Pr. 1998

Examines the culture, history, and society of the Pueblos

Angel Island (We the People: Industrial America)
ISBN: 0756517249

Compass Point Books. 2005

Describes Angel Island, the California immigration station set up to receive people from Asia, and the story of how immigration officials detained many Chinese people whom they wanted to keep out of the United States.

The Lowell Mill Girls (We the People: Industrial America series)
ISBN: 0756517311

Compass Point Books. 2006

Describes the history of the textile industry in Lowell, Massachusetts, and the employment and other opportunities that the mills offered to New England women and girls.

Cats: The Sound of Short A (Wonder Books)
ISBN: 1567666914

The Childs World Inc. 1999

Simple text and repetition of the letter "a" help readers learn how to use this sound

The Shawnee (True Books: American Indians)
ISBN: 0516263846

Childrens Pr. 1998

Introduces the history, social structure, daily life, and culture of the Shawnee Nation

Teachers (Community Workers series)
ISBN: 0756511976

Compass Point Books. 2001

Provides an introduction to the career of a teacher describing the education and training required, the different kinds of work they do, the challenges they face, and their value to the community.

Masks! (World of Difference)
ISBN: 0516200798

Childrens Pr. 1996

Examines the various functions of masks around the world

The Orphan Trains (We the People: Industrial America)
ISBN: 0756517656

Compass Point Books. 2006

Tells the story of how homeless children during the late 1800s and early 1900s were taken to new homes on trains which were known as orphan trains.