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Virginia Hamilton : speeches, essays, and conversations

Auteur : Virginia Hamilton; Arnold Adoff; Kacy Cook
Éditeur : New York : Blue Sky Press, ©2010.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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In the history of children's books, no one person has accomplished as much as Virginia Hamilton did to alter the landscape of our collective interpretation of American history, race, and the absolute necessity of our civil rights. Virginia Hamilton: Speeches, Essays, and Conversations celebrates her genius while it challenges us to become more aware, alert, and active in our behavior and our thinking.
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Personne nommée : Virginia Hamilton
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Virginia Hamilton; Arnold Adoff; Kacy Cook
ISBN : 9780439271936 0439271932
Numéro OCLC : 429027325
Notes : "An imprint of Scholastic Inc."
Récompenses : Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, 2011
Description : 368 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Portrait of the author as a working writer --
Thoughts on children's books, reading, and ethnic America --
Literature, creativity, and imagination --
Afterword : the author speaks --
Nonwhite literature as American literature : a proposal for culture democracy --
Newbery acceptance speech : M. C. Higgins, the Great --
Illusions and reality --
Mission to Moscow --
Face-to-face with Sergei Vladimirovich Mikhalkov --
Ah, sweet rememory! --
Changing woman, working --
Coretta Scott King award acceptance speech : Sweet whispers, Brother Rush --
The spirit spins : a writer's revolution --
Coretta Scott King award acceptance speech : The people could fly : American black folktales --
On being a black writer in America --
The Zena Sutherland lecture introduction of Virginia Hamilton by Betsy Hearne --
Lecture : Hagi, Mose, and Drylongso --
The spirit spins : a writer's resolution --
Boston Globe-Horn book award acceptance speech : Anthony Burns : The defeat and triumph of a fugitive slave --
Take your time --
Address to the 1990 graduating class of Bank Street College of Education --
Regina medal acceptance speech --
Together : Virginia Hamilton and Arnold Adoff --
Hans Christian Andersen award acceptance speech --
Everything of value : moral realism in the literature for children --
A storyteller's story --
Virginia Hamilton : continuing the conversation --
Laura Ingalls Wilder award acceptance speech --
Wittenberg University distinguished author lecture series --
Reflections --
Reflections on the illustrator's role : an interview with Virginia Hamilton --
Virginia Hamilton's illustrators --
Frances Clarke Sayers lecture : looking for America : a progeny's progress --
Children's book festival --
Letter to the editor of The Horn Book Magazine --
Words after by Kacy Cook --
Arnold : late at night in Ginny's office --
Leigh : rememory --
Jaime : rememory --
Arnold : into the future --
About Virginia Hamilton --
Books by Virginia Hamilton : a chronological listing --
Major awards : an alphabetical listing --
Contributors --
Celebrate her life.
Responsabilité : edited by Arnold Adoff & Kacy Cook.

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In the history of children's books, no one person has accomplished as much as Virginia Hamilton did to alter the landscape of our collective interpretation of American history, race, and the absolute necessity of our civil rights. Virginia Hamilton: Speeches, Essays, and Conversations celebrates her genius while it challenges us to become more aware, alert, and active in our behavior and our thinking.

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