Black Authors and Illustrators of Books for Children and Young Adults: A Biographical Dictionary
The Third Edition of this renowned reference work illuminates African American contributions to the genre of books for children and young adults with the biographies of 274 authors and artists - including 121 new biographies not included in previous editions. The book presents the user with a rich source of accessible, in-depth biographical data on each individual author or artist, including birthplace, education, their approach to art or literature, career development, and awards and honors received. Over 160 photographs of the subjects bring the biographies to life, and 46 covers of important children's books are reproduced. Also included is a comprehensive index of books, an index of authors and illustrators, and useful listings of publishers, distributors, and bookstores arranged by state.
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Black Authors and Illustrators of Books for Children and Young Adults
Barbara Thrash Murphy,Deborah L. Murphy
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African American American Library Association artist arts degree Atheneum attended authors and illustrators bachelor of arts bachelor's degree BIBLIOGRAPHY Black Butterfly born Brooklyn Brown California career Chicago child Children's Book children's literature College Coretta Scott King Council Crowell daughter Delacorte Dial Diane Dillon Doubleday Edited editor Eloise Greenfield Enslow Essence magazine Fredrick McKissack graduated Greenwillow Harcourt Harlem Harper HarperCollins High School Holt Honor Book Award Illinois Illustrated by Jan Illustrated by Jerry Jacaranda Designs James Jan Spivey Gilchrist Jerry Pinkney Jersey Johnson Julius Lester King Honor Book Knopf Kwanzaa Leo and Diane lives Lothrop Macmillan magazine Martin Luther King master's degree McKissack Museum National Negro Nikki Ohio Patricia picture books Poems poet poetry Public published reading received Scholastic Scott King Award Scott King Honor Simon & Schuster Story storytelling Street studied teacher television University Viking Virginia Hamilton Walter Dean Myers Washington WINNER writing York City