When I dance: poems

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 120 pages
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A collection of fifty-nine poems for young adults celebrating life in inner-city Britain and in the rural Caribbean.

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Teach the Making of Summer
19
Scribbled Notes Picked up by Owners and Rewritten
25
Cool Time Rhythm Rap
31
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James Berry is the author of picture books, poetry collections, and novels, including Ajeemah and His Son. He was born and raised in Jamaica and now lives in Brighton, England.

Tony Johnston is the author of numerous books for children, including A"n Old Shell: Poems of the Galapagos," She lives in San Marino, California.
Karen Barbour has illustrated many books, including "I Have an Olive Tree" by Eve Bunting. She lives in Inverness, California.

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