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Alec’s Primer

A rare first-hand account of the power of literacy in a freed slave’s life
Walter, Mildred Pitts and Larry Johnson, illus.

Always in Season
Folk Art and Traditional Culture in Vermont
This engaging portrayal of history and people, past and present, tells much about self-reliance, pride of work, and craftsmanship.
Beck, Jane C., ed.

Daisy and the Doll

Medearis, Michael, Angela Shelf Medearis, and Larry Johnson, illus.

The General Store
An Oral History
A sentimental remembering of life in the traditional Vermont general store in the early part of the 20th century
Beck, Jane C.

The Ghost on the Hearth

Milord, Susan and Lydia Dabcovich, illus.

Granite and Cedar
The People and the Land of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom
An unusual collaboration between a documentary photographer and a writer of fiction to produce a haunting portrait of the people and the land of Vermont's most rural area, often referred to as the "Northeast Kingdom."
Miller, John M. Howard Frank Mosher, short fiction.

John and Tom

Lange, Willem and Bert Dodson, illus.

Malian’s Song

A rare Abenaki version of an historic attack, in the first dual Abenaki-English language children's picture book
Bruchac, Marge and William Maughan, illus.

On My Own (DVD)
The Traditions of Daisy Turner
At 102, Daisy Turner recalls her childhood in Vermont and stories of her parents told to her about life during the Civil War era
Turner, Daisy

The Scrimshaw Ring

A powerful, true story about a young boy’s encounter with a band of mutineers who, much to the boy’s surprise, leave him a remarkable memento
Jaspersohn, William and Vernon Thornblad, illus.

The Two Brothers

Jaspersohn, William and Michael A. Donato, illus.