New Year be Coming!: A Gullah Year

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Albert Whitman and Company, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
This collection of delightful poems about the months of the year shows that the Gullah language remains alive in parts of the American South, even 300 years after the Gullah people were brought as slaves from Africa. Full-color illustrations. (Available now)
 

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NEW YEAR BE COMING!: A Gullah Year

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Written in the Gullah dialect, this is a handsomely illustrated collection of poems for each month of the year. "In January month, / the sky the color of first dark / and the trees all nakedy in the ... Read full review

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