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Author: William Wells Brown
Author William Wells Brown uses the injustices of slavery to demonstrate the destructive effects that it had on the African-American family, most significantly on the so-called tragic mulatto.
Fifteen-year-old Reggie Youngblood has a lot to be angry about. His father is deployed for a second tour of Iraq, his mother works long hours at a low-wage jo...
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Hi! Just wanted to let you know my book, “Mandi Learns the Animals’ Alphabet” will be free from the 23rd to the 27th of August, under the following amazon: AS...
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The Tiger Story and the Sarah & the Glass Castle Stories are stories meant for children. There are two versions of The Tiger Story, a little girl version and ...
WARNING: You just found the most amazing story I've ever seen. It's called "THE HERO'S CHAMBER" and "BEYOND THE HERO'S CHAMBER". It's an adventure story about...