This first book in the trilogy collection, 28 Days of Poetry, is an eclectic collection of poems celebrating and paying homage to the history and legacy of African-Americans. This book is a great resource for educators and culminates in a collection that reflects on slavery and the civil rights movement. This Southern author paints vivid, poetic pictures of the South during complex racial times in ways that even the youngest reader will understand. Young readers will enjoy biographical poems that tell the history of famous and not so famous, African Americans who have helped to make America a great nation. From "Riding the Bus with Rosa Parks" to "Charles Drew, What Did He Do?" readers will be exposed to exposed to Black History with a poem for every single day of February, the month set aside to honor African American history.
Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Faison, Latorial
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.12d
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