A Kwanzaa fable: Eric V. Copage

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William Morrow and Co., 1995 - Fiction - 95 pages
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Resenting the difficult responsibilities that are thrust upon him after his father's death, thirteen-year-old Jordan reluctantly helps his younger siblings and learns how the seven principles of Kwanzaa can be applied to everyday life. 30,000 first printing.

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User Review  - Scarlet - Goodreads

It is well written. Jordan gives us his story of living as a African-American 13 year old boy who becomes a "black man". I was interested in reading it because I only have a vague idea of what Kwanzaa ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

Good short well written fiction, ie, modern day fable that introduces the reader to celebration the Kwanzaa through the early teen experiences of Jordan. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Eric V. Copage, a reporter at the "New York Times", has also been an editor at the "New York Times Magazine" and a music columnist for "Essence".

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