A poem distinguishing the difference between loneliness and aloneness, and the virtue of the latter.
A Sound Investment
A reprint of Sanchez' classic collection of children's stories.
Sweetest Berry on the Bush
For young teens, the nineteen short stories in ""The Sweetest Berry On The Bush"" are simple, pithy, narrative adages crafted for ""telling"" as well as reading.
Thomas S. Turner Sr.
Our Grandpop is A Montford Point Marine!
Thomas Strickland Turner Sr. was born May 16, 1925 to Edward Daniel Turner and Maude Butler Turner. His struggles against racial discrimination and segregation began when he was a child. He and four of his eight siblings, Constance, Barbara, Leroy and Francis were among the African American students who were barred from attending the New Easttown Elementary School in Pennsylvania during 1932 because of their color. The discriminatory practices to institute segregation erupted into a fight for equal education for all students. Those involved in the struggle against segregation included local African American parents, the NAACP and Philadelphia lawyer, Raymond Pace Alexander. At that time, Mr. Turner’s uncle Oscar Burwell Cobb was the president of the Main Line branch of the NAACP. They won the battle and Black children were granted the right to enter and attend the new Easttown School.
Beyond the Back of the Bus
One of the most important moments in African American history comes alive in this account of Rosa Parks' legendary stand against racial segregation in 1955. Presented with eye-catching illustrations and written in enjoyable, metered rhyme, the st