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Norton An ingeniously structured narrative that branches and canopies like the trees at the core of the story whose wonder and connectivity echo those of the humans living amongst them.

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He lives with his family in upstate New York, where he creates illustrations and visits classrooms to share his books and art. When the foreboding Stranger comes to town, Hoodoo Hatcher must use the folk magic passed down in his extended family to save the day. This dynamic process offers amazing insight, remarkable skill, and distinctive style. Darwin L. In selecting Jerry Pinkney, the Jury observes that his illustrations detail a world that resonates with readers long after the pages of a book have been turned.

His five decades of work offer compelling artistic insights into the legacy of African American storytelling and experience. His powerful illustrations have redefined the scope of the sophisticated picture book and its use with multiple levels of learners. Her choice of events and memories incorporate important historical events and her own evolution into the award-winning writer she has become.


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From the time she was a child scribbling her name, Woodson told stories both true and not so true. After graduating from Adelphi University, she published her first book in Written by Misty Copeland and published by G. Reynolds' lively and engaging portrayal of urban teenage boys is a compelling story about neighborhood, family, friendship, values and the acceptance of difference. In an authentic contemporary voice, Reynolds focuses on the importance of family, the acceptance of responsibility and the obligations of friendship and portrays a likeable teenager learning how to be a good man.

Deborah D. Her career has been spent as mentor, educator and literacy advocate for young adults.

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As an inspiring young adult librarian, leader in national associations and university instructor, she has been distinctly effective in introducing young people and her professional colleagues to the outstanding work of African American authors. Be Eleven. Using retro cartoon-style illustrations rendered in a palette that emphasizes browns, greens, reds and greys he transforms words on a page into a rhythmic beat that brings the words alive.

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