Dinner at Aunt Connie's House, Volume 1993
Hyperion Books for Children, 1993 - African Americans - 32 pages
Winner of the Caldecott Honor and Coretta Scott King awards, Ringgold gives us the story of Melody, an African-American girl who discovers her rich heritage in the attic of Aunt Connie's house. The stories of great and influential African-American women give Melody the courage to dream lofty dreams. Full color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Future_educator - LibraryThing
On a summer visit to Aunt Connie's house, young Melody meets her newly adopted cousin, Lonnie, a boy whose red hair and green eyes captivate her immediately. Exploring the house, the two discover Aunt ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - atlomas - LibraryThing
This book is about a big family who, get together every summer and have a big dinner. Aunt Connie, who hosts the big dinner, is a famous artist and always debus her latest art work at these dinners ... Read full review