8 edition of Raising Black children who love reading and writing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -164) and index.
|Statement||Dierdre Glenn Paul ; foreword by Catherine Dorsey-Gaines.|
|LC Classifications||LC2778.L34 P28 2000, LC2778.L34 P28 2000, LC2778.L34 P28 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||99040490|
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"Raising Black Children Who Love Reading and Writing is an important resource for parents and caregivers to encourage children to read and write."-Multicultural Review "From a historical framework for appreciating literature to a guide to children's and adolescent's reading materials, this is packed with important advice."-The Midwest Book ReviewFormat: Hardcover.
Raising Black Children Who Love Reading and Writing: A Guide from Birth through Grade 6. Paul, Dierdre Glenn. This book provides tools that black parents can use to make their children lifelong lovers of reading and writing.
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It is this love of reading and writing that Deirdre Glenn Paul. is trying to help African American parents encourage with their own children in her book, Raising Black Children Who Love Reading and Writing: A Guide from Birth through Grade Six.
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