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When the World Didn't End: Poems
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For Every One
Originally performed at the Kennedy Center for the unveiling of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and later as a tribute to Walter Dean Myers, this stirring and inspirational poem is New York Times bestselling author and National Book Award finalist Jason Reynolds’s rallying cry to the dreamers of the world.
19 Varieties Of Gazelle: Poems Of The Middle East
Nye, Naomi Shihab
Naomi Shihab Nye has been writing about being Arab-American, about Jerusalem, about the West Bank, about family all her life. These new and collected poems of the Middle East - sixty in all - appear together here for the first time.
Dreams from Many Rivers: A Hispanic History of the United States Told in Poems
A powerful work of poetry and nonfiction from award-winning author Margarita Engle.Hispanic history in the United States spans more than five centuries. The indigenous ancestry of mestizos on U.S territory extends tens of thousands of years. With Margarita Engle's award-winning poetry, Dreams from Many Rivers is a glimpse into a vast and complicated past.
Dark Sons (Blink)
A guy whose father ripped his heart out too.You and me, Ishmael, we’re brothers, two dark sons.Destroyed, lost, and isolated, the perspectives of two teenage boys - modern-day Sam, and biblical Ishmael - unite over millennia to illustrate the power of forgiveness.
A Girl Named Mister (Blink)
Nikki Grimes, a bestselling author known for titles such as Dark Sons, Barak Obama: Son of Promise, Child of Hope, and Voices of Christmas has written a gripping book from the perspective of a girl named Mister (Mary Rudine) who finds herself momentarily distracted from her faith commitment to purity by a handsome boy named Trey. After one night of weakness, Mister finds her entire life has changed, even if she can’t yet accept all the changes occurring within her are real. When the emotional scars of losing her innocence are more lasting than she imagined, Mister turns to a book of her mother’s, which contains poems from Mary’s perspective. As both Mister and Mary’s voices play out in the story, a full and meaningful portrait of Christian faith, trust, and forgiveness emerges, along with the truth that God can use even the most unplanned events in our lives for his greater glory.
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