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100 1  Tarshis, Lauren,|eauthor. 
245 14 The Great Molasses Flood, 1919|h[Hoopla electronic 
       resource] /|cLauren Tarshis. 
246 3  I survived the Great Molasses Flood, 1919 
250    Unabridged. 
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490 1  I Survived ;|vbk. 19 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 0  Read by Jesse Vilinsky. 
520    One hundred years ago, a killer wave of molasses struck a 
       crowded Boston neighborhood. Discover the story of this 
       strange disaster in the next book in the New York Times 
       bestselling I Survived series. There were warning signs 
       that the molasses tank would break. The steel sides moaned
       and groaned. Molasses oozed from its seams. But the people
       of Boston's North End -- mostly poor immigrants -- were 
       powerless to complain to the big molasses company. On a 
       bright January day in 1919, the tank finally broke and 
       almost three million gallons of molasses rushed the 
       neighborhood. At 15 feet tall, 160 feet wide, and 
       traveling at 35 miles per hour, the gooey wave was more 
       destructive than any flood of water would have been. 
       Lauren Tarshis tells the riveting story of one child who 
       was swept up in the sticky storm and lived to tell the 
       tale. 
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650  0 Italians|zMassachusetts|zBoston|vJuvenile fiction. 
650  0 Industrial accidents|vJuvenile fiction. 
650  0 Molasses industry|xAccidents|vJuvenile fiction. 
650  0 Floods|vJuvenile fiction. 
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650  1 Molasses industry|xAccidents|vFiction. 
650  1 Floods|vFiction. 
651  0 Boston (Mass.)|xHistory|vJuvenile fiction. 
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