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(eng) A representative of Ms. Tate has requested that her birth year or date not be included here, although that information was retrieved from the Library of Congress, who use it to disambiguate between different authors. The information is therefore excluded from this page until such point as it is necessary to cite Library of Congress data directly.

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Associated Works

We Rise, We Resist, We Raise Our Voices (2018) — Bidragyder — 221 eksemplarer
Big City Cool: Short Stories About Urban Youth (2002) — Bidragyder — 35 eksemplarer
Lost and Found (13-in-1) (2000) — Bidragyder — 23 eksemplarer
27 Views of Raleigh: The City of Oaks in Prose & Poetry (2013) — Bidragyder — 7 eksemplarer

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female
Nationalitet
USA
Bopæl
Canton, Missouri, USA
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Morehead City, North Carolina, USA
Uddannelse
Drake University (B.A|Journalism)
Erhverv
writer-in-residence
journalist
Priser og hædersbevisninger
Zora Neale Huston Award (1999)
Iowa Author Award (2004)
Oplysning om flertydighed
A representative of Ms. Tate has requested that her birth year or date not be included here, although that information was retrieved from the Library of Congress, who use it to disambiguate between different authors. The information is therefore excluded from this page until such point as it is necessary to cite Library of Congress data directly.

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The children of Gumbo Grove Elementary School discover the contributions of many famous Afro-Americans during Black History Month.
 
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BLTSbraille | Oct 12, 2021 |
Twelve-year-old Margie Carson loves hearing stories. And her daddy loves to tell them. One hot summer night Daddy, Margie, and her seven-year-old cousin Ethel troop over to the old one-room school for round of special storytelling. Daddy tells the girls about the time Aunt Daisy was chased by a scary, eight-foot-tall shadow one Sunday night in her backyard...about the flood that nearly washed away the whole town and left a catfish on a neighbor's pillow...stories about rocks that bite and walnut wars...stories about Mary McLeod Bethune and the time Eleanor Roosevelt came to town...ten wonderful stories in all.… (mere)
 
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wichitafriendsschool | Jul 22, 2017 |
This tale takes place when people were all the same. They were bored and wanted to be different so the high god recognized everyones differences and gave people everything they wanted. People were greedy and wanted more than their neighbor. The high god then scattered them all over the world giving them all different languages.
 
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awinkler | Dec 4, 2010 |
The Minstrel's Melody -- part of the American Girl series -- is a well-written historical novel aimed at Tween girls. The story is set in 1904. The main character is a tween-age Negro girl who lives in Missouri. She wants to become a minstrel like one of her idols. After a disagreement with her mother, the girl runs away from home, hides with the minstrel show, and goes on, for several days, to experience the reality of life on the road for a traveling group of Negroes (the term used throughout the book) in that time period.

There are several morals to the story, including the value of family, and encouragement to follow dreams. A mystery involving the girl's parents' past is solved. Part of our country's history is taught in a manner that may "stick" better than dry memorization of facts.
… (mere)
 
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Bandings | Jul 15, 2009 |

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