Look high,look low,look everywhere . . .The wonderful color black is there!Join a young girl as she discovers all the wonderful things around her that are black.The letters that liveon each page of a
look everywhere . . .
The wonderful color black is there!
Join a young girl as she discovers all the wonderful things around her that are black.
The letters that live
on each page of a book.
The hole in the ground
that's a little mole's nook.
The gleaming paint on a limousine.
The braided hair of a stately queen.
The fun and excitement never stop in this joyous and playful book. So what are you waiting for? Come celebrate Black All Around!
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2005-06 Children's Gallery Award Masterlist
National Christian School Association
Grades K - 3
Grades 2 - 3
African/African American Interest, Imagination, Poetry
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Patricia Hubbell has been writing for children for almost forty years. She is the author of numerous award-winning picture books, poetry books, and easy readers, and her poems appear in more than two hundred anthologies, textbooks, and magazines. Among her recent, popular books are BOUNCING TIME (HarperCollins, 2000) and SIDEWALK TRIP (HarperCollins, 1999). A full-time writer, Hubbell lives in Easton, Connecticut, with her husband.
Don Tate is the illustrator of LEE & LOW's SUMMER SUN RISIN' (Spring 2002) and SAY HEY! A SONG OF WILLIE MAYS (Hyperion Jump at the Sun, 2000). His work has also appeared in children's magazines, on greeting cards, and in newspapers, and he currently works as a visual journalist/ illustrator for the Austin American Statesman. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, Tate now lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and their children. To find out more about Don Tate, visit www.dontate.com