7 edition of The African-American Years found in the catalog.
December 6, 2002
by Charles Scribner"s Sons
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||475|
A. Philip Randolph: Union Leader and Civil Rights Crusader (African-American Biographies) by Catherine Reef. (Grades ) The Adventures of Midnight Son by Denise Lewis Patrick. (Grades ) All Night, All Day: A Child's First Book of African American Spirituals by Ashley Bryan (All grades) Almost to Freedom by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson (Grades ). This book tells the story of how the African-American community walked for days rather than ride the segregated busses in Montgomery, Alabama. The rhythmic text and vibrant illustrations, which themselves appear to move beautifully capture the spirit of the amazing individuals who brought change to their community and the nation.
African American history began with slavery, as white European settlers first brought Africans to the continent to serve as slaves. After the Civil War, the racist legacy of slavery persisted. The Detroit Public Library has published its African American Booklist for 51 years. This bibliography provides a selected list of books by and/or about African Americans. The works of fiction and nonfiction for adults, children and young adults were reviewed and recommended by librarians of the Detroit Public Library.
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The African American Years is a companion to Charles Scribners Sons chronology of U.S. history The American Years, second edition.
Whereas that reference work The African-American Years book U.S. history in its entirety, The African American Years focuses specifically on the history of African Americans from pre-colonial times to the present. This timeline is enriched by overview. One Love (Music Books for Children, African American Baby Books, Bob Marley Book for Kids) by Cedella Marley and Vanessa Brantley-Newton | Sep 9, out of 5 stars The African American years.
[Gabriel Stepto] -- The first part is a timeline covering the sweep of African American history, pinpointing key years and recording significant events within them. The second contains essays, excerpts of primary.
A new edition of the classic New York Times bestseller edited by Toni Morrison, offering an encyclopedic look at the black experience in America from through the s with the original cover restored.
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The African-American Years book, Eyes, Memory" by Edwidge Danticat. "Hidden. If you are seeking a heartfelt story with African American characters who represent themselves and not an entire demographic, then this is a book that will capture your interest cover to cover and leave you with tears rolling down your cheeks as you read the last page.
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A lyrical picture book biography of Janet Collins, the first African American principal dancer at the Metropolitan Opera House. Janet Collins wanted to be a ballerina in the s and 40s, a time when racial segregation was widespread in the United States.
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(St. Petersburg Times)In the exciting, yet frightening days of Freedom Summer intwo very different African-American women meet. (shelved 3 times as african-american-teen) avg rating — 1, ratings — published The end of is near, which means it is time for annual year-end “best of” lists to pop up everywhere.
Here, The Root presents our annual list of the most compelling books published in Author: Hope Wabuke. During the American Revolution a 13 year old slave belonging to a ruthless Loyalist family, Isabel, yearns for freedom.
She meets Curzon who encourages her to spy for the Rebels. Forge is told from escaped slave Curzon’s point of view. More book lists: African-American History Books for Kids; 13 Civil Rights Picture Books for Kids. 17 Books Every Black Child Should Read It's World Book Day.
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