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  1. Al Capone Does My Shirts (Tales from Alcatraz): Choldenko ...

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    Al Capone Does My Shirts has become an instant classic for all kids to read! Today I moved to Alcatraz, a twelve-acre rock covered with cement, topped with bird turd and surrounded by water. I'm not the only kid who lives here.

  2. Al Capone Does My Shirts - PARRATORE'S PAGE

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    Al Capone Does My Shirts 7 “Moose and Natalie go on a train. Moose and Natalie eat meat loaf sandwich. Moose and Natalie look out the window.” “Yeah, we did all that. And now we‟re here with some swell fellows like Al Capone and Machine Gun Kelly.” “Natalie Flanagan‟s whole family.” “Well, I wouldn‟t exactly say they‟re ...

  3. Al Capone Does My Shirts Summary and Study Guide | SuperSummary

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    Overview. Gennifer Choldenko’s Al Capone Does My Shirts (2006) is a work of historical fiction aimed at middle grade readers. The novel is about a family who moves to Alcatraz Island, a small, unprotected island in the middle of San Francisco Bay, in 1935, in the middle of the Great Depression, because the protagonist’s father gets a job at Alcatraz prison.

  4. Al Capone - Wikipedia

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    Capone was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 17, 1899. His parents were Italian immigrants Gabriele Capone (1865–1920) and Teresa Capone (née Raiola; 1867–1952). His father was a barber and his mother was a seamstress, both born in Angri, a small commune outside of Naples in the Province of Salerno.

  5. Best Books for Middle Grade Readers - Scholastic

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    Al Capone Does My Shirts. Grades 7 - 12. $5.96 $7.95. ADD TO CART save to wishlist. Set in 1935, when guards actually lived on Alcatraz Island with their families ...

  6. Puffin - Penguin Books USA

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    Mike Lupica‘s series of middle-grade sports fiction has been a long-time favorite, and Gennifer Choldenko‘s Newbery Honor book Al Capone Does My Shirts has become a lauded contemporary classic. A highlight of Puffin’s middle grade series is Puffin Modern Classics, the home to award-winning contemporary classics, including A Long Way from ...

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  8. Scarface (1932 film) - Wikipedia

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    Al Pacino stated he was greatly inspired by Paul Muni and Muni influenced his own performance in the 1983 Scarface remake. However, despite the impressive portrayal of a rising gangster, critics claim the character minimally resembled Al Capone. Unlike Camonte, Capone avoided grunt work and typically employed others to do his dirty work for him.

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  10. The 10 Most Famous Feuds in History - Toptenz.net

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    Apr 19, 2010 · A feud, or vendetta, is an extended argument between two groups of people, usually started as the result of an insult, violence, or even murder. Today the term is more popularly associated with celebrities and sports rivalries, but historical blood feuds were fairly commonplace, and there were even rules and laws—like dueling—that were set up in order to help resolve them. Some feuds ...

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