By Claire Gatrell Stephens
Here is a clean chance to benefit extra approximately those nice titles and combine them into the curriculum. the 1st 1/2 the e-book provides annotated bibliographies of all writer and illustrator winners and honor books. the whole moment half the e-book is dedicated to actions, together with a few reproducibles, in line with choose titles.During the previous 30 years, the titles well-known by means of the Coretta Scott King Award have always offered very good writing, storytelling, background, and values. Stephens's ebook is designed to assist educators examine extra approximately those effective titles and combine them into the curriculum. After giving heritage concerning the award and its background, the writer provides annotated bibliographies of all writer and illustrator award winners and honor books. the second one half the booklet is dedicated to offering actions in keeping with particular titles. important assistance and reproducibles make this a classroom-friendly source.
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Childress, Alice. Rainbow Jordan. New York: Coward-McCann, 1981. Author Honor Award, 1982. Writing in a style similar to her 1974 novel, A Hero Ain 't Nothin' but a Sandwich, which also won a Coretta Scott King Honor Award, Alice Childress has created another noteworthy book for young adults. In this work, she presents a believable female protagonist named Rainbow by her largely absent mother. Rainbow is 14, and as the book begins, she is being evicted from the apartment she shares with her mother because the rent has not been paid.
De Veaux, Alexis. Don't Explain: A Song of Billie Holiday. New York: Harper & Row, 1980. Author Honor Award, 1981. Alexis De Veaux's unique biography of Billie Holiday takes the form of rhythmic prose poetry that is delightful to read. De Veaux covers the life of the famous singer starting with her birth in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1915 and ending with her untimely death 44 years later. She writes of Holiday's difficult childhood, how she came to be called Billie, and her struggles to survive in the South.
His work is also in the Martin Luther King Jr. Station of the Atlanta Rapid Transit System where a mural decorates the station wall. Mr. Mills designed the seal to reflect the work of Dr. King and his philosophy. It features a pyramid superimposed over a circle. The pyramid symbolizes both strength and Atlanta University, where the award was headquartered when the seal was created. The circle represents continuity in movement and the revolving of one idea into another. Inside the circle is an African American child Page 5 reading a book.
Coretta Scott King Award books: using great literature with children and young adults by Claire Gatrell Stephens