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    The poetry of Black America

    811
    ADO

    Lost

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    Celebrations

    811.08
    Cel

    Celebrations : a new anthology of Black American poetry

    Thematically arranged contributions of eighty-five Afro-American poets.

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    The poetry of Black America

    811.54
    Ado

    Lost

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    Roots and blues

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    811
    ADO

    Roots and blues : a celebration

    Adoff, Arnold.

    Lyrical text explores how Blues have been part of everyday life throughout history, from its origins in the sounds of the earth, through slaves' voices singing of freedom, to today's greatest performers--and listeners.

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    Street music

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    Street music : city poems

    Adoff, Arnold.

    Fifteen poems explore the sights and sounds of life in a big city.

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    I am the darker brother

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    811
    IAM

    I am the darker brother : an anthology of modern poems by African Americans

    Poems on aspects of race or racial problems by well-known African-American poets, including Countee Cullen, Richard Wright, and Maya Angelou.

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    My Black me

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    811.5
    ADO

    My Black me: a beginning book of Black poetry

    Adoff, Arnold, comp.

    A compilation of poems reflecting thoughts on being black by such authors as Langston Hughes, Lucille Clifton, Nikki Giovanni, and Imamu Amiri Baraka.

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    Black is brown is tan

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    ADO

    Black is brown is tan

    Adoff, Arnold.

    Describes in verse a family with a brown-skinned mother, white-skinned father, two children, and their various relatives.

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    Picture Book - ElementaryPicture Book - Elementary

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