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Deborah Kent

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Deborah Kent grew up in Little Falls, New Jersey, where she was the first blind student to attend the public school. She has written more than twenty novels and numerous nonfiction books for children and teens. She enjoyed interviewing the deaf students who are featured in this series. Ms. Kent lives in Chicago with her husband. They have one daughter.

    Deborah's Books

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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    "Woman Knows the Cost of Life"

    Deborah Kent
    In 1848, on a sweltering July day in the small town of Seneca Falls, New York, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her fellow supporters would make history. They staged the first ever women’s rights convention...Read More

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    ISBN: 978-0-7660-3357-3
    Binding: Library Ed.
    List Price: $34.27
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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    Founder of the Women's Suffrage Movement

    Deborah Kent
    Every time women vote, they should thank Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Stanton's unyielding efforts to attain the vote for American women finally paid off in 1920, after her death, with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution...Read More

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    ISBN: 9780766078895
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    List Price: $37.27
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    The American Revolution

    The American Revolution

    From Bunker Hill to Yorktown

    Deborah Kent
    On April 19, 1775, American militiamen gathered at the village center in Lexington to face the coming British soldiers. No one knows who fired the initial shot, but that first blaze of gunfire signaled the beginning of the Revolutionary War...Read More

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    ISBN: 978-0-7660-3642-0
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    The Internment of Japanese Americans

    The Internment of Japanese Americans

    Charlotte Taylor and Deborah Kent
    Before World War II, Japanese Americans worked hard to adapt to American life while creating tight-knit communities. But after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, everything changed. The U.S. government sent 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent into internment camps...Read More

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    ISBN: 978-0-7660-7008-0
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    The Seneca Falls Convention

    The Seneca Falls Convention

    Working to Expand Women's Rights

    Deborah Kent
    They were two days that changed the world. The 1848 Seneca Falls Convention was the first of its kind to address the topic of women’s rights. Featuring excerpts from primary sources, images, and sidebars, this informative volume describes the low status held by nineteenth-century women, and how a handful of key players sought to achieve equal rights during this convention that spawned a greater movement...Read More

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    ISBN: 9780766078925
    Binding: Library Ed.
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    The Tragic History of the Japanese-American Internment Camps

    The Tragic History of the Japanese-American Internment Camps

    Deborah Kent
    Before World War II, Japanese Americans on the West Coast worked hard adapting to American life while creating tight-knit communities. However, after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D...Read More

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    ISBN: 978-0-7660-2797-8
    Binding: Library Ed.
    List Price: $33.27
    Discount Price: $24.95

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