By Jim Haskins,Eleanora E. Tate,Clinton Cox,Brenda Wilkinson
become aware of why teenagers everywhere in the nation are analyzing the Black Stars biographies of African American heroes. here's what you must learn about the lives of significant black women and men through the very good Harlem Renaissance:
louis "satchmo" armstrong
thomas andrew dorsey
w. e. b. du bois
james reese europe
jessie redmon fauset
w. c. handy
zora neale hurston
philip payton jr.
gertrude "ma" rainey
james van der zee
carter g. woodson
"The books within the Black Stars sequence are the kinds of books that will have rather captivated me as a kid."
-Earl G. Graves, Black firm magazine
"Inspiring tales that show what can ensue whilst ingenuity and tenacity are paired with braveness and difficult work."
-Black Books Galore! consultant to nice African American kid's Books
"Haskins has selected his matters good . . . catching a feeling of the big hindrances that they had to beat. . . . a few names are well-known, yet such a lot are little-known whom Haskins elevates to their rightful position in history."
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