Tell all the children our story: memories and mementos of being young and Black in America

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Abrams, Feb 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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From the first recorded birth of a black child in Jamestown, through the Revolution, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the fight for civil rights, right on up to the present, the author brings to light how African-American children have worked and played, suffered and rejoiced.

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Review: Tell All the Children Our Story: Memories and Mementos of Being Young and Black in America

User Review  - Mariah - Goodreads

This book has great information about many different African Americans. It is a little lengthy and is set up like a short picture book. There are pictures and facts in the book that many students ... Read full review

Review: Tell All the Children Our Story: Memories and Mementos of Being Young and Black in America

User Review  - Dani Heller - Goodreads

In Tonya Bolden's remarkable book, Tell All the Children Our Story it is as if you are looking through a scrapbook of pictures and text all portraying the lives of African Americans in the early ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
ii
Section 2
37
Section 3
38

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About the author (2001)

Tonya Bolden has authored and coauthored more than twenty books. She also worked with Mother Love on her book Forgive or Forget and with Eartha Kitt on Rejuvenate! (It's Never Too Late). To learn more about her work visit www.tonyabolden.com

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