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| by Altman, Linda, Jacobs

Tamika does not enjoy visiting Momma Lou, her grandmother. Momma Lou has Alzheimer's, and she cannot remember Tamika. When Tamika reminds her about the friendship she used to have with Momma Lou, she decides to bring in pictures to re-create the memories. Tamika and her family celebrate Momma's Civil Rights victories, despite the sadness of her disease.
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