Bronzeville Boys and GirlsBook - 2007
A collection of poems that celebrate the joy, beauty, imagination, and freedom of childhood.
In 1956, Pulitzer Prize winner Gwendolyn Brooks created a collection of poems that celebrated the joy, beauty, imagination, and freedom of childhood. She reminded us that whether we live in the Bronzeville section of Chicago or any other neighborhood, childhood is universal in its richness of emotions and experiences. And now a brand-new generation of readers will savor Ms. Brooks's poems in this stunning reillustrated edition that features vibrant paintings by Caldecott Honor artist Faith Ringgold.
Offers a collection of poems for and about children, presenting thoughts and experiences about what life is like in big cities.
Originally published in 1956, a collection of poems for and about children depicting life in big cities has been beautifully reillustrated by a Caldecott Honor artist.