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I, Too, Sing America (Board book)

I, Too, Sing America By Langston Hughes, Katie Crumpton (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Langston Hughes, Katie Crumpton (Illustrator)
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" 'I, Too,' one of preeminent African American poet and intellectual Langston Hughes' most influential literary works, is reinstantiated and reinterpreted transhistorically in this board-book adaptation of the 1926 poem. The text reproduces the lines of the poem verbatim while Crumpton's vivid, saturated, digital illustrations present contemporary scenes of a young Black boy's life." --Kirkus Reviews

This beautifully illustrated board book brings to life I, Too, Langston Hughes' iconic American poem about perseverance.

Langston Hughes's inspirational poem I, Too is one of America's most famous. This board book edition brings Hughes's powerful declaration of resilience and hope to young readers.

About the Author

Langston Hughes is an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist from Joplin, Missouri. He was born on February 1, 1902, and passed away May 22, 1967.

Katie Crumpton is an illustrator and designer who loves drawing cute and whimsical artworks. Her books include More Bees Please!, Dark Water Magic, and Library Alive!. Her primary focus is in children's books, but she is also interested in licensing, animation, and interactive illustration. Katie is a local to the San Francisco Bay Area, selling her work at craft fairs on the weekends.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781499812701
ISBN-10: 1499812701
Publisher: little bee books
Publication Date: December 28th, 2021
Pages: 20
Language: English

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