Dorothy S. Strickland Listen Children

ISBN 13: 9780553151435

Listen Children

9780553151435: Listen Children
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Collects poetry, stories, and biographical pieces by Black American writers including Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, and Kristin Hunter

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Children is an introduction to the world of black literature for all young people who are learning about values and  feelings.

- Poems by Lucille Clifton,  Eloise Greenfield, and Langston Hughes
- A full-length play by Alice Childress
- Stories by Virginia Hamilton and Kristin Hunter
- Recollections by Wilma Rudolph and Stevie Wonder
- Martin  Luther King, Jr.'s most famous speech
- 22 pieces in all, to be read with a group or enjoyed alone

Listen  Children celebrates the joy and struggles of being young, the pride in being black, and above all the love we feel for others as we discover ourselves.

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Twenty-two works feature black poets, playwrights, storytellers and great achievers (Wilma Rudolph, Stevie Wonder, Martin Luther King Jr.). Ages 10-up.
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Dorothy S. Strickland
Published by Bantam Books (1982)
ISBN 10: 0553151436 ISBN 13: 9780553151435
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