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Flint River Regional Library:
      Peachtree City Library
SPEC-COLL BASIC 818.54 ANGELOU
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31022002744487 Available
Middle Georgia Regional Library:
      Washington Memorial Library
Special Collection 374.012 ANGELOU MAYA
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31033002332355 Available
Pine Mountain Regional Library System:
      Talbot County Library
ADULT ANR ANG
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Troup-Harris Regional Library:
      LaGrange Memorial Library
ADULT ADR 818
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West Georgia Regional Library System:
      Bremen Public Library
LITERACY NR ANGELOU ANG
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West Georgia Regional Library System:
      Douglas County Public Library
LITERACY NR ANGELOU ANG
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  • ISBN: 9780929631042
  • ISBN: 0929631048 :
  • Physical Description: 55 p. : port ; 17 cm.
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  • Publisher: New York, NY : Literacy Volunteers, [1989]

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Summary, etc.: Presents the story of a spirited and gifted, but poor, Black girl growing up in the South in the 1930's. Tells how she came into her own, experiencing prejudice, family difficulties, and a relationship with a teacher who taught her to respect books, learning, and herself.
Subject: Entertainers United States Biography
Authors, American 20th century Biography
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Angelou, Maya
Summary: Presents the story of a spirited and gifted, but poor, Black girl growing up in the South in the 1930's. Tells how she came into her own, experiencing prejudice, family difficulties, and a relationship with a teacher who taught her to respect books, learning, and herself.
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