Author Rio Cortez takes readers on a meaningful journey, letter by letter, that acknowledges pain and struggle while celebrating triumph and joy with Workman Publishing’s The ABC’s of Black History. Featuring clever rhymes and information about the events, places, and people mentioned in the poems, this ABC book is a moving story of hope and love.
- Written by Rio Cortez
- Illustrated by Lauren Semmer
- Number of pages: 64
- Age recommendation: 5 – 99 years
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