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great teaching tool. This arrived in a good condition. It uses a strange form of poetry, symbolism, sonnets?, and it teaches history. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Mrcaelbe1
Though a very tragic and heart wrenching story about Emmett's short-lived life; A Wreath For Emmett Till is beautifully written.Published 14 months ago by Roberta J. DelGado-Vincent
A truly inspiring story and poetic work. The images were wonderful, the history terrible. But, many have to give thanks to poor Emmett Till. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ty Oz
This book stimulated me to not just read but WRITE! It was a challenging and provocative read! I am not usually connected to form poetry and sonnets, but this was soulful and... Read morePublished 22 months ago by PoetryLover
Using sonnets, a language often used in portraying love, the author weaves unforgettable images in the mind of the boy who changed how we see ourselves.Published 22 months ago by Patti
This author has done a tremendous job in writing these poems. The poems are presented to its reader with a fourteen line sonnet on each page. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Nina Norstrom
Nelson's ambition here - to write about lynching for children - is staggering. Her craftsmanship allows her to pull it off. Read morePublished 23 months ago by C. Dekker
A beautiful, powerful, skillfully crafted wreath of sonnets. A wonderful tribute, memorial and reminder. Nelson's skill and heart are evident here.Published 23 months ago by Andi Cumbo-Floyd