May 17, 2017

Check Out These New Books in Youth Services!

by Teri Kanefield

The story of a relatively unknown amazing woman who was Quaker, talented poet and political activist. She helped shape our country and made a powerful difference in the lives of so many.

by Matt Phelan

It’s not the typical fairytale presented in the typical way in which many are so familiar.  This graphic novel version set in 1928 New Your City has a film noir quality about it that draws the reader into every single illustration. 

by Tonya Bolden

Having taken over one hundred years to bring the dream to fruition, this the story of how the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American and Culture came to be.  

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