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Highsmith Press

Highsmith Press is a publisher of children's books. Books published by Highsmith Press include From the Brothers Grimm: A Contemporary Retelling of American Folktales and Classic Stories, Women Working A to Z, Many Faces, Many Voices: Multicultural Literary Experiences for Youth : The Virginia Hamilton Conference, and Researching People.

Main Address: W5527 State Rd. 106 PO Box 800
Fort Atkinson WI 53538 USA
Phone: 920-563-9571
Fax: 920-563-7395
Updated 3/3/2007

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1. The Library Doors (Hardcover)
    Author: Toni Buzzeo
    Illustrator: Nadine Bernard Westcott
Ages 4-8 09/30/2008
28 Reviews  
2. Library Celebrations (Paperback)
    Author: Cindy Dingwall
(Unknown)  04/1999
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3. Char Siu Bao Boy (Hardcover)
    Author: Sandra S. Yamate
    Illustrator: Joyce M. W. Jenkin
Ages 4-8 05/31/1991
13 Reviews  
4. From the Brothers Grimm: A Contemporary Retelling of American Folktales ...
    Author: Tom Davenport, Gary Carden
Ages 4-8 10/1992
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5. Women Working A to Z (Hardcover)
    Author: Maria A. Kunstadter
(Unknown)  08/1994
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6. Art & Story: The Role of Illustration in Multicultural Literature for Yo...
    Author: Virginia Hamilton Conference (1997 Kent State University)
(Unknown)  09/1997
1 Reviews  
7. Researching People (Paperback)
    Author: Maity Schrecengost
Ages 9-12 02/2001
3 Reviews  
8. Many Faces, Many Voices: Multicultural Literary Experiences for Youth : ...
    Author: Anthony L. Mann
(Unknown)  11/1992
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9. Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians [Hardcover] (Unknown Binding)
    Author: Jackie Hopkins
(Unknown)  /2007
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10. Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians (Hardcover)
    Author: Jackie Hopkins
(Unknown)  01/31/2007
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11. Let's Read! Storytime Crafts (Paperback)
    Author: Kathryn Totten
(Unknown)  01/01/2006
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