Written for the middle school reader, this biography of the award-winning poet and Civil Rights activist describes her early life raised by her grandmother in Arkansas. Rising from poverty, she achieved success as a dancer, an actress, a teacher, and an award-winning author. This compelling profile will make readers understand and appreciate why Maya Angelou is one of the best-loved and most fascinating American writers.
Available in library, paperback, and eBook formats, this title is available from your preferred vendor, local bookstore, enslow.com, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. Titles in the African-American Icons series are also correlated to the Common Core College and Career Readiness Standards.
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November 21, 2012
Maya Angelou: A Biography of an Award-Winning Poet and Civil Rights Activist is just one of the six titles from our new series African-American Icons that will be published January 1, 2013, just in time for Black History Month. Although not yet released, this series has already received lots of attention and requests for Advanced Reader Copies from reviewers. Other titles in the series include:
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