Read And Rise: (Foreword by Maya Angelou) (2020)

Read And Rise: (Foreword by Maya Angelou) Sandra L. Pinkney Myles C. Pinkney Maya Angelou Read And Rise Foreword by Maya Angelou and the National Urban League come together with Myles and Sandra Pinkney to inspire African American children to realize their dreams and achieve their goals through reading In a chairturning pagessi
  • Title: Read And Rise: (Foreword by Maya Angelou)
  • Author: Sandra L. Pinkney Myles C. Pinkney Maya Angelou
  • ISBN: 9780439309295
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Hardcover
Read And Rise: (Foreword by Maya Angelou) Sandra L. Pinkney Myles C. Pinkney Maya Angelou and the National Urban League come together with Myles and Sandra Pinkney to inspire African American children to realize their dreams and achieve their goals through reading.In a chairturning pagessitting in the cockpitflying high in the skyREAD AND RISEThrough reading, children can be inspired to become almost anything pilot, teacher, firefighter, doctor, che and the National Urban League come together with Myles and Sandra Pinkney to inspire African American children to realize their dreams and achieve their goals through reading.In a chairturning pagessitting in the cockpitflying high in the skyREAD AND RISEThrough reading, children can be inspired to become almost anything pilot, teacher, firefighter, doctor, chef, astronaut READ AND RISE relays this message through vivid photographs and poetic words that encourage children to READ AND RISE.
Read And Rise: (Foreword by Maya Angelou) Sandra L. Pinkney Myles C. Pinkney Maya Angelou

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One thought on “Read And Rise: (Foreword by Maya Angelou)

  1. Lv2readB

    Pinkney, S.L 2006 , Read and rise New York.Summary This book is part of the Read and Rise literacy campaign through the National Urban League and Various colorful photographs of African American children reading and doing activities connected to their selected interests in reading as zookeeper, doctor, teacher, chef, etc , this book is all about exploring your potential through reading Reviews Awards Library Media Connection 4 1 2006Booklist 2 1 2006School Library Journal 1 1 2006Curriculum Conn [...]

  2. Randie D. Camp, M.S.

    The National Urban League and Inc teamed up to develop the Read and Rise Initiative This initiative involves many local, state, and national partnerships to promote reading and child literacy within the African American community Sandra and Myles Pinkney collaborated to create this book to help African American children and families see the power of reading Each page shares a stanza of a poem that is accompanied by large, brightly colored photographs of African American children expanding their [...]

  3. Patricia Wilson

    The non fiction book Read and rise by Sandra L Pinkney is a nice book for children ages nursery to primary Everyone child should read this book for it s inspiration I give this book a three star rating The book begins with informing the readers that reading is the pathway to freeing your mind It describes story time in various settings for example, learning about tigers while reading with a flashlight under a blanket or sitting in daddy d chair reading about planes The middle of the book describ [...]

  4. Dianne J.

    Age of readership Ages 4 8Genre Picture BookDiversity African AmericanIllustrations Sharp color photographs on bold primary colored pagesMy response to the book The illustrations show African American children reading in many settings, with the message that learning to read means a future full of freedom to choose your own path in life.Curricular Programming connections Use for a preschool unit on different cultures.

  5. Arlen

    With credit granted to Ms Angelou, this inspired and lovely work might inspire pre schoolers to begin to consider the array of career possibilities out there waiting for them My feeling was the effect might be like a carbonated beverage to tickle the imagination of the young listener with bubbles of imaganing, as well as synthesizing with images from everyday life What a healthy process that might be, indeed.

  6. Cara Byrne

    Just open a book to READ AND RISE The concluding statement captures each page s unique presentation of a child reading and their potential idealized future career whether baseball player, dancer, chef, or medical doctor Connected to the National Urban League s initiative to empower African American children through education, this picture book explicitly makes its message known.

  7. Dolly

    Nice poetry, cool pictures I think the book is aiming for lofty ideals and has the right intent The execution was just okay Our girls liked the pictures of the kids, but there really was no story and the narrative fell pretty flat I liked the Maya Angelou poem at the beginning.

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