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by Maryann N. Weidt,Mary O'Keefe Young

Download Revolutionary Poet (Creative Minds Biography) (Creative Minds Biographies Series) eBook
ISBN:
1575050595
Author:
Maryann N. Weidt,Mary O'Keefe Young
Category:
History
Language:
English
Publisher:
Carolrhoda Books (January 1, 1997)
Pages:
64 pages
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1262 kb
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Series: Creative Minds Biographies Series. Publisher: Carolrhoda Books (January 1, 1997). This book is a great biography, but it leaves us high and dry by not printing the poems

Series: Creative Minds Biographies Series. This book is a great biography, but it leaves us high and dry by not printing the poems. One or two would be great, and especially in this case - Phyllis Wheatley was extraordinary because she mastered English so quickly and her poetry was high literature. Why not show it off to kids?

Revolutionary Poet book Mary O'Keefe Young (Illustrator)

Revolutionary Poet book. Mary O'Keefe Young (Illustrator). Carolrhoda's best-selling Creative Minds Biographies series appeals to a wide range of readers. Written in story format, these biographies also include inviting black-and-white illustrations. Praise for Revolutionary Poet: Get A Copy.

Carolrhoda's best-selling Creative Minds Biographies series appeals t. .Maryann N. Weidt, Mary O'Keefe Young (Illustrator).

In this engaging biography, author Maryann Weidt tells the story of how a young slave girl in revolutionary Boston became an internationally famous poet and the first black American to publish a book. By 1771, her poems had been published in newspapers all over the colonies, and critics were praising the "extraordinary negro poetess. In this engaging biography, author Maryann Weidt tells the story of how a young slave girl in revolutionary Boston became an internationally famous poet and the first black American to publish a book. See all. About this item. Postage, Returns & Payments. Best-selling in Non-Fiction. The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr (2006, Paperback). Creative Minds Biography (Paperback). Lerner Publishing Group.

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Revolutionary Poet (Creative Minds Biography) (Creative Minds Biographies Series) by Maryann N. Revolutionary Poet: A Story About Phillis Wheatley by Maryann Weidt Complete with in-text formative assessments from LightSail. In this engaging biography of Phillis Wheatley, Maryann Weidt tells the story of how a enslaved young girl in revolutionary Boston became an internationally fam. Revolutionary Poet: A Story About Phyllis Wheatley Main photo (Cover). Sleeping Beauty Art Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales Fairytale Art Children's Book Illustration Retro Illustrations Vintage Fairies.

Book Details:Format: Date: 1/1/1997Pages: 64Reading Level: Age 8 and Up.

ISBN13:9781575050591.

Taken from her family in Africa at the age of seven, Phillis Wheatley arrived in Boston as a slave in 1761. After she was purchased by the Wheatley family, Phillis quickly learned to speak and read English. The bright young girl soon began writing poetry. By 1771, her poems had been published in newspapers all over the colonies, and critics were praising the "extraordinary negro poetess." In this engaging biography, author Maryann Weidt tells the story of how a young slave girl in revolutionary Boston became an internationally famous poet and the first black American to publish a book.