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Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton (edição: 2015)

de Don Tate (Autor), Don Tate (Ilustrador)

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"In the nineteenth century, North Carolina slave George Moses Horton taught himself to read and earned money to purchase his time though not his freedom. Horton became the first African American to be published in the South, protesting slavery in the form of verse"--Publisher.
Membro:D.Callais
Título:Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton
Autores:Don Tate (Autor)
Outros autores:Don Tate (Ilustrador)
Informação:Peachtree Publishing Company (2015), Edition: Revised ed., 36 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:nonfiction, black, lower class, male, straight, gr. k-3

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This book is about George Moses Horton who was a young boy who was a slave. This book talks about him learning how to read, and later writing his own poems. I would recommend this book it is very interesting ( )
  Shelby_Walker | Apr 30, 2021 |
This picture book tells the tale of George Moss Horton who learned how to read and write poetry in the face of adversity before and during the Civil War. This picture book uses the story of this notable writer during this time in history to show the power of words. This tale shows the importance of both Social Studies and English in a way that is engaging. This book would be beneficial in both a Social Studies and an English classroom! ( )
  Aimee_Walden | Nov 20, 2020 |
This is about a slave who lives in Noth Carolina his name is George Moses Horton who had himself how to read, by listening to the white children who were learning the alphabet in school. During that time it was the Civil War Era and George couldn't go to because he was enslaved. In his time he would teach himself and once he got good at reading, he started to write poems. He was the first African American to become a poet and he is well-known today. I would recommend this book as an elementary level for students in history/social studies. It's a good read for young kids and talks about how George did this on his own as a kid. I feel like it's welcoming to elementary students and they get to learn about the past because we don't know what happened during this time period for George. ( )
  alexandrademack22 | Oct 30, 2020 |
This incredible book told the amazing tale of a man named George Moses Horton, and how he became an incredible author and poet. George was born a slave, but that did not keep him from teaching himself to read. He began learning letters and memorizing sets of words and phrases that he enjoyed. Although he was separated from his family, that did not slow him down. He began composing his own poetry and selling poems at a farmer's market in North Carolina. He was able to begin getting his work published, and wrote books, articles, and poems. He eventually became a free man after the emancipation proclamation. This story is one of my favorite children's books I have read in a while and showcases the story of an incredible man. It would be a great way to teach children about the difference we can make with our words, and would be a great addition to a poetry unit. ( )
  lydiachristian | Oct 22, 2020 |
This is a story about a boy named George who was a slave living in the south who could not read nor write. George was very smart and taught himself to read and began writing his own poems, eventually becoming an accomplished author and freeing slavery. This was a wonderful book and I think it would be a great book for a english or social studies class. It describes poetry in detail and also provides lots of historical detail of the era that George grew up in. ( )
  sep067 | Sep 30, 2020 |
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