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Crafts That Celebrate Black History
Crafts That Celebrate Black History Kathy Ross 0761316817 9780761316817 Black history month is observed in homes and schools during the month of February, but the achievements of black Americans are with us every day of the year.
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Crafts That Celebrate Black History by Kathy Ross

Black history month is observed in homes and schools during the month of February, but the achievements of black Americans are with us every day of the year. These hands-on projects celebrate the artists, writers, inventors, and social reformers (and even an explorer and an athlete) who have been part of that distinguished history. The crafts range from a Talking Frederick Douglass Puppet to a Running Jesse Owens Figure. There is a Harriet Tubman Route-to-Freedom Maze and a Granville T. Woods Invention Puzzle. Beginning chronologically with Benjamin Banneker and ending with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., each of the crafts is accompanied by a brief biography and picture of the famous black American. Book jacket.

Author: Kathy Ross

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 48

Publisher: Millbrook Press

Publication Date: 2002-09-01

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ISBN: 0761316817


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