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Little man, little man : a story of childhood / ... Read More

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Kenton County.

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Covington Branch J BALDW J (Text) 33126023041035 JFiction Available -
Erlanger Branch J BALDW J (Text) 33126023041043 JFiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781478000044
  • ISBN: 147800004X
  • Physical Description: xxi, 98 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, [2018]

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Acknowledgments -- Foreword: Little man, Little ... Read More
Summary, etc.:
Four-year-old TJ spends his days on his lively ... Read More
Subject: African American boys > Fiction.
African American children > Fiction.
African Americans > Fiction.
Friendship > Fiction.
Neighborhoods > Fiction.
Coming of age > Fiction.
Harlem (New York, N.Y.) > Fiction.

  • Baker & Taylor
    The only children's book by the late civil rights activist and author of such classics as Go Tell It on the Mountain traces the experiences of a 4-year-old boy and his friends as they encounter the social realities of being black in 1970s Harlem.
  • Duke Univ Pr
    Four-year-old TJ spends his days on his lively Harlem block playing with his best friends WT and Blinky and running errands for neighbors. As he comes of age as a 'Little Man' with big dreams, TJ faces a world of grown-up adventures and realities. Baldwin's only children's book, Little Man, Little Man celebrates and explores the challenges and joys of black childhood.

    Now available for the first time in forty years, this new edition of Little Man, Little Man'which retains the charming original illustrations by French artist Yoran Cazac'includes a foreword by Baldwin's nephew Tejan "TJ" Karefa-Smart and an afterword by his niece Aisha Karefa-Smart, with an introduction by two Baldwin scholars. In it we not only see life in 1970s Harlem from a black child's perspective, but we also gain a fuller appreciation of the genius of one of America's greatest writers.
  • Duke Univ Pr
    Now available for the first time in nearly forty years, James Baldwin's only children's book Little Man, Little Man follows the day to day life of the four year old protagonist TJ and his friends in their 1970s Harlem neighborhood as they encounter the social realities of being black in America.

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