1 edition of Books for children and young adults by black authors and illustrators found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||American Library Association|
|Publishers||American Library Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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by Holly Robinson Peete and Ryan Elizabeth Peete, Illustrated by and Shane Evans This book is great on so many levels and it teaches about autism in a way that children can understand.
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There is beautiful but selfish Manyara and kind Nyasha. Will gets on an elevator on the seventh floor and on each floor on the way down a new person enters the elevator with a story to tell him, all of whom are already dead and, in some way, are connected with his brother.
Not happy with this change, Celeste finds herself at a crossroads between and the choice will change her forever.
Barbara Thrash Murphy is a retired faculty member from the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, where she also received a master's degree in elementary education and a doctorate in curriculum and supervision. Carli and Rex are both star basketball players who are drawn to each other the second that they meet.
and by Vashti Harrison and Kwesi Johnson Two picture books that chronicle some of the exceptional people in Black history. The Fourth Edition of this renowned reference work illuminates African American contributions to children's literature and books for young adults.
Between having to keep secrets from his friend, his teacher leaving, and constant run-ins with his arch-nemesis, Miami feels like he is going through the longest school week ever!
Arrangement and Presentation: An index and three appendixes include a of sample book covers and jackets, list awards and honor books. As the only reference volume of its kind available, this book is a valuable research tool that provides quick access for anyone studying black children's literature - whether one is a student, a librarian charged with maintaining a children's literature collection, or a scholar of children's literature.
The hope is that his Grandmother can help get him back on the right path.
by bell hooks, Illustrated by Chris Raschka This is available as a board picture book as well as a regular one.
To help start such conversations, Watson and Harrison suggested several authors whose all-ages books might help families upend the diversity of their bookshelves with inspiring and uplifting tales of Black resilience.
A listing of active small-press publishers or producers of multicultural materials.
Looks at the field of multicultural children's literature in the United States, examining its history, trends, initiatives, supporters, and future.