Lift Every Voice and Change: A Sound Book: A Celebration of Black Leaders and the Words That Inspire Generations

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Becker & Mayer
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.03 X 7.87 X 0.71 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780760374597

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About the Author

Charnaie Gordon is a Diversity and Inclusion Expert, author of A Kids Book About Diversity, blogger, podcast host, and digital creator. She also serves as a member of the National Advisory Board for Reading is Fundamental for their Race, Equity and Inclusion (REI) initiative. More than anything else, she cares about connecting people with great books they'll love. In her world, books are an absolute necessity. Charnaie is passionate about instilling a love of reading, lifelong learning and curiosity in her kids. She hopes to inspire others to do the same with their children. Find her online at hereweeread.com and @hereweeread on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Aeron Cargill is a Jamaican American illustrator who has worked on several children's books and textbooks. His art style is a playful blend of whimsical realism with a touch of nostalgia. Aeron loves history and also works as a fine artist and art director. He lives and works in Florida. Visit him at aeroncargill.com.

Reviews

"Listen up world! This book has something to say! I absolutely love the beautifully illustrated portraits and well detailed biographies of Black leaders. Being able to hear the voices of figures from Black History was treat and really brought them to life. Many times, students only read about history but being able to hear their voices made it more personal and more in-depth. This book is a triple threat! I highly recommend this book for everyone."--Cicely Lewis, Read Woke, Inc., 2020 National School Librarian of the Year
...a straightforward biographical packaging that challenges readers to hone their own voices.--Publishers Weekly