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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 9B W_goingto    ' ...for African-American folktales. I 8 nt €, v \\;, www.readingclubfun.com - Ann,mills LLC © 2015 V12-09 ,- African-American Life in Books These writers add much to the world of spoken and written words. Some of their books tell simple stories of African-American families or community life. Other books are packed with folklore, history or facts about Africa. . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. . . 9. Taylor Folk Tale,, Today Clifton Brenda gives us African American Women Writers. Curtis Walter Dean uses energetic poetry and artwork in Jazz. In Rita - 's One Crazy Summer, three black sisters from  4 Brooklyn spend time with their mother in Ca,fornia Life isve00 Ui.erent00W jI I I Virginia _ __ weaves ghosts, secret passageways and a cave .,,  " into her book The House of Dies Drear (made into a IV movie).  .  n Mildred wrote Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, ="=" t,,,._ about a family surviving the Great Depression in the South.  In Some of the Days of Everett Anderson, Lucille _ uses " -'W small poems to describe the daily experiences of a young boy.  Smith (, Ellington Was Not a Street is the story of Ntozake 's  9 10 L neighborhood in a time of racial hatred. Sharon G. tells us of acceptance in The Skin I'm In. Mary ' Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan; 30,000 orphaned boys who walked across Africa to escape war. m m San Souci Hamilton 10. Robert D. 's book, The Hired Hand: An African-American Folktale, is a tale of tragedy and greed. 13 11. Laurie Halse tells the story of a slave girl in Chains. 12. Christopher Paul ' book, Bud, Not Buddy, tells of an orphan in 1930s Chicago who struggles to adapt to a new life. 13. Julius has collected the memories of slaves and ex-slaves. To Be a Slave shares their experiences coming to America (1800s). 14. In Keeping the Night Watch, Hope Anita tells how a young teen and his family struggle with their past. 15. Kadir 's book about acceptance is We Are the Ship: The Story of A o o 0 0 m m .JJ Williams M I Anderson Nelson 12 C Shange Williams-Garcia 8 Flake J Lester R S Do you know " interesting stories Free (about your family? Get some paper and write Stuff! I!hem down. Draw some illustrations. Put it all k, into a notebook to start your own book. ,)  Print out free puzzles: African-Americans Shaping Our World, Animals in Ice and Snow and League Baseball. Chinese New Year @www.readingclubfun.com 1. Who Makes the  Pinkney ( I'm a jumping mouse. Joyce Cooper is a librarian who has traveled and collected I Maybe I'll jump over to | folktales. She has written the stories down. Her book about Pictures ? Ithe library to borrow that I a clever arachnid is called... Follow the book about the mouse,) . . . Read the clues to Feelings 4   1 The Adventures 8 numbers fill in the puzzle: Steptoe . ,Y, i, f • to connect Floyd Donald _ !I  __,_5 =( ," 78/ 2 4v" 5 7. ,9 11 the dots. worked in advertising. He _ illustrated the book called 3 c___L_. _ " 76. 77 h\\; 3 . . 6 A, 10. Grandpa's Face.   '' 75•- ,, " 'a 12 Donald shows iiii I busy rosigns and, of Beeeep! , ' .14 Beeeep, 73*  AI course truc00,inthe0oo00,ruc,,hea00wor00o, Tom ,as " been added to poek  68** 7.0 71    " The lorkcf (;harlesCalled Soul Looks Back in Wonder. 6  67 •66 • / 6 v has  /. ,7 • • 4Jll 40=  '  been seen in magazines. His uooper 45 • • 42 •': Floyd Donald Donald 5. John has wonderful black-and-white illustrations in The Story of Jumping Mouse (A Native American Legend). 6. Jerry has worked on record album covers and on postage stamps. His work is in Happy Birthday Martin Luther King. The artwork of Tom 1.61718 ••19 I2 •20 The work of Charles • 65 4 !3 2 •21 62•• I, i 61• 6 / 44 43 2t •26 •27 pictures can be found in Philip Hall Likes me. I Reckon Maybe. 6 -=u 59 •5{] •48 39 • ,, 28,, • • 49 " 38 • 55 • 56 57 •50 ( While you are visiting the library/ 37  • }0  ••32 • I check out the African-American / 33 • • 51 I = 36 • • 54 53 52 olktale section for great stories! ,,,) 35 34 Books and Their Authors! 1. The A. Virginia Hamilton n S w y o ,,,,,, 2. One Crazy  007"V. m S r e u m Study the picture clues to fill in the names of the 4 books. Next, match each book to its author. by (hint: author has B. Rita Williams-Garcia C. William H. Armstrong D. Ezra Jack Keats I by P e o P e .S+ U3 g a middle initial of "H. ") E c -FL- aS U O - d r e .e ould Fly: American Black Folktales 8. (hint: author initials " by "VH. ") are z : This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by: t il00' ...... ..... .... II  ........................................... ' Trust in tl',e LORD with all your he( 't, ,   An dle,,n not on your own understc,r,ding; !il  In all your ways acknowledge Him, i Calva';(2hapel And He., all direct your paths. 1953 E. Main St., Quincy aVex,,oS.v-o.) Jesus fores you! Proverbs 3:5-6 530-283-4463 i 1 '