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African American Children's Books

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Children's Books:African American Children's Books

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Bed-Stuy Beat: Sonny's Song, Blue, Rose
1 Blue, Rose
Bed-Stuy Beat: Sonny's Song
New York: Franklin Watts, Inc.: 1970: 0531019403 / 9780531019405: First Edition: Hard Cover: Very Good+: Fair: Harold James: Trace of soiling to upper area of front cover. Light bumping to corners. Jacket is edge-worn, chipped, and rubbed. Tape repair to small tear at the head of the spine. Small hole in the jacket's spine below the tape repair. A new Mylar protective cover improves the look and feel. Sonny is an African American boy in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood, known as Bed-Stuy, of Brooklyn, and this book is his story told in the lyrics of a song, page by page, with the final page containing the whole song and musical notation. The art work of Harold James illustrates each page and brings the story to life.: 05690: 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
The
2 Graham, Lorenz
The "Town" Series: South Town, North Town, Whose Town? and Return to South Town
Honesdale, Pennsylvania: Boyds Mills Press: 2003: Reprint: Hard Cover: Near Fine: Near Fine: Larry Johnson (Jacket illustration): All four books in Graham's "Town" series, all in Near Fine to Fine condition. Originally published in the 1950s to 1970s, this reprint series features in each volume the same Foreword, by Rudine Sims Bishop, and the same Afterword, by Ruth Graham Siegrist, the author's daughter. Hailed not only as groundbreaking for juvenile literature in general, but African American literature in particular.: 06498: 
Price: 60.00 USD
 



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