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Girls can't hit —Easton, Tom (Children's fiction writer), author.

After not being allowed to take a boxing class at her school because she is a girl, Fleur deals with bullying and disapproval in her quest to set things right and ensure equal opportunity for all students.

Pirates can be kind —Easton, Tom (Children's fiction writer), author.

"Polly the parrot has a big problem--she has nowhere to sleep on the pirate ship. The next day, it's her turn as lookout, but she falls asleep on the job, which almost destroys the ship! Luckily, thanks to the pirates on...

Pirates can be polite —Easton, Tom (Children's fiction writer), author.

"The pirates aboard the Golden Duck have forgotten their manners. Without "please," "thank you," and basic courtesy, the captain is at his wit's end. An enemy attack brings the pirates together and makes them realize the...

Pirates can be honest —Easton, Tom (Children's fiction writer), author.

"Davy the pirate knows he's going to be in a lot of trouble when he drops a cannonball that makes a hole in the ship. For that reason, he doesn't tell anyone, until it's almost too late. Luckily, Davy's eventual honesty ...

Boys don't knit —Easton, Tom (Children's fiction writer), author.

To avoid the Young Offenders unit, Ben is ordered to give something back to the community and develop his sense of social alignment. Take up a hobby and keep on the straight and narrow. The hot teacher he likes runs a kn...

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