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28 Days Later Black History Month Featured Author Camille Yarbrough

28 Days Later Black History Month Featured Author Camille Yarbrough

28dayslogo Today’s honoree in the seventh annual 28 Days Later campaign, a Black History Month celebration of children’s book creators of color, is Camille Yarbrough. BrownBookshelfLogo The campaign will run February 1-28, 2014.

Tamika finds strength in her family, her friends, and herself as she copes with the murder of her father by drug dealers.

Tamika

The Brown Bookshelf blog is designed to push awareness of African American voices writing for young readers. A major program of theirs is 28 Days Later, a month-long showcase of the best in Picture Books, Middle Grade and Young Adult. Read more about the founders of The Brown Bookshelf here.

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28 Day Later Black History Month Featured Author Eric Shabazz Larkin

28 Day Later Black History Month Featured Author Eric Shabazz Larkin

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Today’s honoree in the seventh annual 28 Days Later campaign, a Black History Month celebration of children’s book creators of color, is Eric Shabazz Larkin.

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The campaign will run February 1-28, 2014.

The story of former basketball star and current urban farmer and activist, Will Allen, whose vision of gardening from abandoned urban sites led to a grassroots feeding craze.

Growing

The Brown Bookshelf blog is designed to push awareness of African American voices writing for young readers. A major program of theirs is 28 Days Later, a month-long showcase of the best in Picture Books, Middle Grade and Young Adult. Read more about the founders of The Brown Bookshelf here.

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28 Days Later Black History Month Author Pamela Tuck

28 Days Later Black History Month Author Pamela Tuck

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Today’s honoree in the seventh annual 28 Days Later campaign, a Black History Month celebration of children’s book creators of color, is Pamela Tuck.

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The campaign will run February 1-28, 2014.

A thirteen-year-old African American boy in 1960s Greenville, North Carolina, uses his typing skills to make a statement as part of the Civil Rights movement. Based on true events.

As Fast As Words Could Fly

The Brown Bookshelf blog is designed to push awareness of African American voices writing for young readers. A major program of theirs is 28 Days Later, a month-long showcase of the best in Picture Books, Middle Grade and Young Adult. Read more about the founders of The Brown Bookshelf here.

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