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Back in the Day: my life and times with Tupac
Back in the Day: my life and times with Tupac (2002)
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Darren Kieth Bastfield
Tupac Shakur’s high school classmate at Baltimore’s School for the Arts remembers what Shakur was really like as a teenager.
 
Cook's Illustrated
Cook's Illustrated
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Published bimonthly, CI publishes recipes that have been repeatedly tested and perfected in America's Test Kitchen, a 2500-square-foot test kitchen employing 36 full-time cooks and product testers. CI…
 
Gourmet: The Magazine of Good Living
Gourmet: The Magazine of Good Living
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Pratt holds back issues of this title in paper from 1941 to 1990 and from 1993 to November 2009 (Gourmet's last issue).  Pratt holds this title on microfilm from 1989 to 1994.  Full-text of some back issues is…
 
The Brothers Karamazov
The Brothers Karamazov (1880)
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Fyodor Dostoyevsky
 
We Are the Ship: the story of Negro League Baseball
We Are the Ship: the story of Negro League Baseball (2005)
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Kadir  Nelson
Kadir Nelson introduces young audiences to the little known Negro National League in the 1920's. Combining his award winning illustrations with well-written history, Nelson tells the story of how African-Americans…
 

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GloriousGloriousBernice L. McFadden
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The Emerald AtlasThe Emerald AtlasJohn Stephens
 
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