Brown Girl Dreaming Newberry Medal Honor Book 2015

Contributor(s): Woodson, Jacqueline (Author) Publisher: Nancy Paulsen Books Pub Date: 08/2014 Lexile Level: 990,IL: MG - BL: 5.3 - ISBN: 9780399252518 Binding: Hardcover-3.05 cms H x 22.23 cms L x 14.96 cms W (0.47 kgs) 336 pages BISAC Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction | Biography & Autobiography | Literary; Juvenile Nonfiction | Biography & Autobiography | Women; Juvenile Nonfiction | People & Places | United States - African-American; Juvenile Nonfiction | Social Issues | Prejudice & Racism; Juvenile Nonfiction | Poetry | General "A memoir-in-verse so immediate that readers will feel they are experiencing the author's childhood right along with her. . . . Most notably of all, perhaps, we trace her development as a nascent writer, from her early, overarching love of stories through her struggles to learn to read through the thrill of her first blank composition book to her realization that 'words are [her] brilliance.' The poetry here sings: specific, lyrical, and full of imagery. An extraordinary--indeed brilliant--portrait of a writer as a young girl."--The Horn Book, STARRED REVIEW 

Brown Girl Dreaming Newberry Medal Honor Book 2015
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Brown Girl Dreaming Newberry Medal Honor Book 2015 $69.000

Contributor(s): Woodson, Jacqueline (Author) Publisher: Nancy Paulsen Books Pub Date: 08/2014 Lexile Level: 990,IL: MG - BL: 5.3 - ISBN: 9780399252518 Binding: Hardcover-3.05 cms H x 22.23 cms L x 14.96 cms W (0.47 kgs) 336 pages BISAC Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction | Biography & Autobiography | Literary; Juvenile Nonfiction | Biography & Autobiography | Women; Juvenile Nonfiction | People & Places | United States - African-American; Juvenile Nonfiction | Social Issues | Prejudice & Racism; Juvenile Nonfiction | Poetry | General "A memoir-in-verse so immediate that readers will feel they are experiencing the author's childhood right along with her. . . . Most notably of all, perhaps, we trace her development as a nascent writer, from her early, overarching love of stories through her struggles to learn to read through the thrill of her first blank composition book to her realization that 'words are [her] brilliance.' The poetry here sings: specific, lyrical, and full of imagery. An extraordinary--indeed brilliant--portrait of a writer as a young girl."--The Horn Book, STARRED REVIEW