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African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
African American Children's Literature 2010/2011
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African American Children's Literature 2010/2011

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Presentation at the 2011 National Black Child Development Institute Conference in Nashville, TN.

Presentation at the 2011 National Black Child Development Institute Conference in Nashville, TN.

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    • 1. National Black Child Development Institute 41st Annual Conference Essential for the Journey of Our Children: Keep the Cultural Fire Burning Nashville, TennesseeBetween the Covers: Literature with a Cultural Flavor! Monday, October 10, 2011 Ashelin Currie, Doctoral Student, Oakland University Vivian G. Johnson, Ph.D., Marygrove College Jonella A. Mongo, Ph.D., Oakland University Toni S. Walters, Ph.D., Oakland University
    • 2. National Black Child Development Institute 41st Annual Conference Essential for the Journey of Our Children: Keep the Cultural Fire Burning Nashville, TennesseeBetween the Covers: Literature with a Cultural Monday, October 10, 2011 Ashelin Currie, Doctoral Student, Oakland University Vivian G. Johnson, Ph.D., Marygrove College Jonella A. Mongo, Ph.D., Oakland University Toni S. Walters, Ph.D., Oakland University
    • 3. GIRL of MINELB Kids, Brdbk edition.Ages Birth - Preschool
    • 4. I CAN DO IT TOO! Chronicle Book Ages Infant -Preschool
    • 5. WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT ME, MAMA? Hyperion Books For Children Ages 3 - 6
    • 6. Sky-High Guy Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. Ages 4 - 7
    • 7. Christmas In The Time of Billy Lee Hyperion Books for Children Ages 4 - 7
    • 8. NEW RED BIKE! Holiday House Ages 4 - 8
    • 9. DUKE ELLINGTON’S Nutcracker Suite Charlesbridge Pub. Inc. Ages 4 - 8
    • 10. A Beach Tail Boyd Mills Press Ages 4 - 8
    • 11. Little Diva Feiwel & Friends Ages 4 - 8
    • 12. EIGHT DAYS: A STORY OF HAITI Orchard Books Ages 4 - 8
    • 13. My Uncle Martin’s Words for America Abrams Books for Young Readers Ages 4 - 8
    • 14. My Uncle Martins Big Heart Abrams Books for Young Readers Ages 4 - 8
    • 15. Underground:
Finding
the
Light
to
Freedom Roaring Brook Press Ages 4 - 8
    • 16. My Hands Sing the Blues:Romare Beardens Childhood Journey
 Cavendish Corp/Ccb Ages 4 - 8
    • 17. Lottie Paris Lives Here Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers Ages 4 - 8

    • 18. Skit-Scat Raggedy Cat Candlewick Ages 4 - 8
    • 19. The Secret River Atheneum Books for Young Readers Ages 4 - 8

    • 20. A
Place
Where
Hurricanes
Happen Random House Books for Young Readers Ages 4 - 8
    • 21. Magic Trash Charlesbridge Publisher Ages 4-8
    • 22. BEFORE THERE WAS MOZART: The Story of Joseph Boulogne ChevalierSchwartz & WadeAges 5 - 9
    • 23. CLEMENTE! Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. Age 6 - 8
    • 24. Looking for the Easy Life HarperCollins Ages 6 - 9
    • 25. Seeds of Change: Planting a Path to Peace Lee & Low Ages 6 - 11
    • 26. AMAZING FACES Lee & Low Ages 6 and up
    • 27. My Holy Bible for African American Children,KJV Zondervan Ages 7 - 10
    • 28. Walking Home to Rosie Lee Cinco Puntos Press. Ages 7 - 11
    • 29. The Beatitudes: From Slavery to Civil Rights Eerdmans Publishing Company Ages 8 - 12
    • 30. Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation Eerdmans Publishing Company Ages 8 - 12
    • 31. Ruth and the Green Book Lerner Publishing Group Ages 8 - 12
    • 32. Dear America: With the Might of Angels,The Diary of Dawnie Rae Johnson Scholastic, Inc. Ages 8 - 14
    • 33. Jimi: Sounds Like a Rainbow: A Story of the Young Jimi HendrixClarionAges 9 -12

    • 34. Ghetto Cowboy Candlewick Ages 9 - 12
    • 35. Planet Middle School Bloombury USA Childrens Ages 9 - 12
    • 36. Meet Cecile American Girl Ages 9 - 12
    • 37. Black Pioneers: Home Is With OurFamily Hyperion Books for Children Ages 9 - 12
    • 38. WE COULD BE BROTHERS Scholastic, Inc. Ages 9 - 12
    • 39. Bird in a Box Little Brown Books for Young Readers Ages 9 - 12
    • 40. A Nation’s Hope:The Story of Boxing Legend Joe Louis Dial Ages 9 and up
    • 41. Heart & Soul: The Story of America and African Americans Balzer & Bray Ages 9 and up
    • 42. Bronxwood PUSH/ Scholastic Ages 14 and up
    • 43. I See The Promised Land Text Tara Books Young Adult
    • 44. A Boy Should Know How to Tie A Tie:And Other Lessons for Succeeding in Life Touchstone Books Young Adult
    • 45. Standing Against the Wind Feiwel & Friends Young Adult
    • 46. THE CRUISERS Scholastic, Inc. Young Adult
    • 47. THE CRUISERS:Checkmate Scholastic, Inc. Young Adult
    • 48. Two The Hard Way Dafina Books Young Adult
    • 49. AT THE CROSSROADS Kensington Publishing Corp. Young Adult
    • 50. A Gift From Childhood Groundwood Books Young Adult
    • 51. Losing ROMEO Kimani Press Young Adult
    • 52. No
Longer
Besties Authorhouse Young Adult
    • 53. A Joyful Christmas: A Treasury of New and ClassicSongs, Poems, and Stories for the Holiday Henry Holt and Co. All Ages
    • 54. The Great Migration- Journey to the North Amistad/ HarperCollins All ages
    • 55. A Song for Miles Echo House Publishing All Ages
    • 56. Just Made It2011 Publications
    • 57. One Love*Marley, Cedella, illustrator *Vanessa Brantly-Newton Chronicles Books,Ages 4-8
    • 58. Ruby’s New Home*Dungy, Tony & *Lauren, (2011), illustrator *Vanessa Brantly-Newton
    • 59. Presenting TallulahTori Spelling, illustrator *Vanessa Brantly-Newton (2011) Simon & Schuster, Ages 4-8
    • 60. Little Man*Dionne Warwick and *David Freeman Wooley,illustrator *Fred Willingham, (2011). Charlesbridge, Ages 4-8
    • 61. Thank You So Much for Coming! See you in 2012! Toni and the Scholars

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