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736708
100 hats of the Cat in the Hat [Cat in the Hat's learning library]by Rabe, Tish 

BTSB Prebound(Random House, 2019)

BTSB #: 736708 Available

Dewey: 513/NAges: 5-8   
AR: 3.2 LG Lexile: 540 F&P: M

Subjects: Hundred (The number) Cardinal numbers Counting Arithmetic Hats


Summary: The Cat in the Hat celebrates the 100th Day of School and explains how to count, add, subtract, multiply, and divide the number 100.


16.69 *

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148746
Abe Lincoln's hat by Brenner, Martha 

BTSB Prebound(Random House, 2021)

BTSB #: 148746 Available

Dewey: 973.7092/BAges: 6-8   
Lexile: 720 AD F&P: U

Subjects: Lincoln, Abraham,|d1809-1865 Presidents - United States - Biography Hats


Summary: Fascinating anecdotes and broadened historical context enrich this biographical picture book that brings to life one of our nation's most revered presidents!


22.08 *

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663431
Do you believe in unicorns? by Murguia, Bethanie Deeney 

BTSB Prebound(Candlewick Press, 2018)

BTSB #: 663431 Available

Dewey: EAges: 3-7   
AR: 1.8 LG Lexile: 460 F&P: K

Genres: Fantasy Fiction Animals


Subjects: Unicorns Horses Hats Imagination


Summary: Is that a horse wearing a hat, or is it a unicorn in disguise? It all depends on how you look at it in this charming story about finding the extraordinary in the ordinary.


19.98 *

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749471
Mae makes a way : the true story of Mae Reeves, hat & history maker by Rhuday-Perkovich, Olugbemisola 

BTSB Prebound(Crown Books for Young Readers, 2022)

BTSB #: 749471 In Bindery

Dewey: 646.5/BAges: 6-8   


Subjects: Reeves, Mae,|d1912-2016 Hats African American businesspeople - Biography Minority businesswomen - United States - Biography


Summary: Mae had a dream to make one-of-a-kind hats. But the path for a Black female designer was unclear, so Mae made a way, leaving her home in the segregated South to study at the Chicago School of Millinery. In Philadelphia, she became the first Black woman to own a business on South Street. Whether you were Lena Horne, Ella Fitzgerald, Marian Anderson, or a lady from the neighborhood, Mae wanted you to look good and feel special in one of her original hats.


22.78 *

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