The Glory Field

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Scholastic, 1994 - African Americans - 375 pages
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Newbery Honor-winning author Walter Dean Myers' landmark novel is a moving and redemptive look at five generations of one African-American family. In the tradition of Alex Haley's Roots, this memorable saga traces the Lewis family from Africa to slavery in America through contemporary generations. The Glory Field is a powerful epic from a master storyteller. Young Adults.

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User Review  - ALelliott - LibraryThing

This powerful novel tells the story of the Lewis family through six generations. It begins with Muhammad Bilal's journey from Africa in the belly of a slave ship, then progresses through stories set ... Read full review

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This book follows the Lewis family through many generations. Beginning with Muhammad Bilal, who was captured and brought to America on a slave ship, to family members who now live in Harlem in 1994 ... Read full review


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