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Sweet Whispers, Brother Rush by
Call Number: F H18s
Publication Date: 2001-01-09
Why had he come to her, with his dark secrets from a long-ago past? What was the purpose of their strange, haunting journeys back into her own childhood? Was it to help Dab, her retarded older brother, wracked with mysterious pain who sometimes took more care and love than Tree had to give? Was it for her mother, Vy, who loved them the best she knew how, but wasn't home enough to ease the terrible longing? Whatever secrets his whispered message held, Tree knew she must follow. She must follow Brother Rush through the magic mirror, and find out the truth. About all of them.
This Strange New Feeling by Based on fact, this is a group of 3 short stories about slaves who react in different ways to gaining freedom.
Call Number: F L567th
Publication Date: 1997-01-01
Black Child by
Call Number: 968 M276b 1982
Publication Date: 1982-03-01
All the Colors of the Race by A collection of poems written from the point of view of a child with a black mother and a white father.
Call Number: 811 Ad71a 1982
Publication Date: 1992-04-01
Just Us Women by "No boys and no men-just us women," Aunt Martha tells her niece. And together they plan their trip to North Carolina in Aunt Martha's brand-new car. This is to be a very special outing-with no one to hurry them along, the two travelers can do exactly as they please.
Call Number: E C123j 1984
Publication Date: 1984-05-23
I'm Going to Sing by When the saints -- Steal away -- Joshua fit the battle -- In-a the morning -- I'm going to sing -- Old time religion -- I know the Lord -- Weary traveler -- Every time I feel the spirit -- Motherless child -- Hail! Hail! Hail! -- The gospel train -- By and by -- It's me O Lord -- Study war no more -- You shall reap -- Somebody's knocking -- I'm a-rolling -- Do Lord remember me -- Rise up shepherd & follow -- Father Abraham -- You got a right -- My Lord what a morning -- O Mary don't you weep -- Many thousand gone.
Call Number: 784.75 Im1 1982
Publication Date: 1982-10-01