Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton
Soon, he began composing poetry in his head and reciting it as he sold fruits and vegetables on a nearby college campus. News of the slave poet traveled quickly among the students, and before long, George had customers for his poems. But George was still enslaved. Would he ever be free?
In this powerful biography of George Moses Horton, the first southern African-American man to be published, Don Tate tells an inspiring and moving story of talent and determination. A must for Black and American history collections.
Don Tate is the illustrator of numerous critically acclaimed books for children. In 2013, he earned an Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Honor Award for his first picture book text, It Jes' Happened: When Bill Traylor Started to Draw.
Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award winner
Carter G. Woodson Book Award (Elementary) winner – National Council for the Social Studies
★ “Offers a new perspective with remarkable clarity.” ―Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW
★ “A lovely introduction to an inspirational American poet.” ―School Library Journal, STARRED REVIEW
★ “Stirring.” ―Publishers Weekly, STARRED REVIEW
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