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The Boy and the Bayonet

by Paul Laurence Dunbar

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Category : Juvenile Fiction

ISBN No :9780743966979

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In the spring of 1895, Bud is excited for his Cadet Corps team to compete in the end-of-the-year drills competition at his school. His company is the favorite to win, but can they pull it off? This historical fiction book is based on a story by the African-American poet and playwright, Paul Laurence Dunbar. Especially appealing to reluctant readers, this 32-page historical fiction book features hi-lo text, full-color illustrations and a short chapter format.

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Paul Laurence Dunbar

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