The people remember

Title The people remember
Names Zoboi, Ibi Aanu.
Book Number BRC01877
Title Status In Process
Medium Braille
Annotation The People Remember tells the journey of African descendants in America by connecting their history to the seven principles of Kwanzaa. It begins in Africa, where people were taken from their homes and families. They spoke different languages and had different customs. Yet they were bound and chained together and forced onto ships sailing into an unknown future. Ultimately, all these people had to learn one common language and create a culture that combined their memories of home with new traditions that enabled them to thrive in this new land. For grades K-3.
Local Subject Contracted braille
Education - EDU
Juvenile Book - JU
General Non-Fiction - GNF
Juvenile Non-Fiction - JN
Historical Fiction - HIF
Juvenile Fiction - JF
Holiday Fiction - HOL-F
Short Book - SH
Audience Notes For grades K-3.
LC Subject African Americans - History - Juvenile fiction
Slaves - United States - Juvenile fiction
Slavery - United States - History - Juvenile fiction
Kwanzaa - History - Juvenile fiction
African - History - Juvenile fiction
United States - History - Juvenile fiction
Downloadable books
Braille books
Fiction
Historical fiction
Instructional and educational works
Call Number [Fic]
Language English
Released 2021
Publication Info Salt Lake City : Utah State Library Division, Program for the Blind and Disabled, 2021
Original Publication Transcription of: New York : Balzer + Bray, 2021. 9780062915641
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