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Kristin Levine

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The Morning Call

HQ Phone:  (610) 820-6500

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The Morning Call

101 North Sixth Street

Allentown, Pennsylvania,18105

United States

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The foundation is offering donors dozens of naming opportunities that range from $3 million for the entire center to $10,000 for a restroom. Other opportunities include $1.5 million for the theater, $250,000 for the library, $125,000 for a lane in the archery ... more.

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'The Lions of Little Rock' by Kristin Levine
By Kristin Levine Kristin Levine offers not historical overview but a first-person narration by a white middle-schooler, Marlee, whose high-school sister is sent to live with Grandma in Pine Bluff and whose teacher parents argue about what's best. Speaking out - the title's meaning emerges slowly - is the larger theme, especially for Marlee, who's almost mute at school. She loves numbers, but as her math teacher says late in the book, Marlee learns that "the world isn't an addition problem ... but much more like an algebraic equation.


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