Amari's Book Report (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Antal sidor
Ginelle Wynter Consulting LLC
Lily Mordaunt, Mordaunt (red.)/May Shamis, Shamis (ill.)
May Shamis
Color illustrations
229 x 152 x 2 mm
73 g
Antal komponenter
96:Premium Color 6 x 9 in or 229 - 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
Amari's Book Report (häftad)

Amari's Book Report

Häftad Engelska, 2020-12-24
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Amari Stephens can't wait to start his next school project! It's not every day that he's excited about homework, but for THIS book report, he'll gather stories from the lives of his closest family members to create his OWN book.

Come along with Amari as he learns these adventurous new tales. From sailing across the world, to singing at a world-famous museum, and exploring a South American town developed and defended for centuries by former African slaves. This school project will be one that Amari never forgets.

And when Amari's story ends, you'll have a chance to gather your family's stories too! On the final pages of this book, there are questions that YOU can ask YOUR relatives, and space to illustrate those memories too. So, grab a pencil, find a comfy spot, and get ready to record your family's history!

Family.         Culture.        Pride.

Celebrate oral tradition as a young boy gathers tales from the storytellers in his family. Amari's Book Report was written to encourage children from diverse cultures to take pride in the rich and varied background of their family's history.
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Ginelle Wynter was born and raised in a Caribbean community in the heart of Brooklyn, NY. Growing up, she always loved gathering with friends and family to share stories into the late hours of the night. Having taught in NYC public schools for 5 years, she encouraged her students to stay connected to their community and express their cultural pride. At the start of each school year, she fostered connection in her classroom by inviting her students to share the significance of their favorite family recipe. As a new author she hopes to uplift stories that celebrate diverse cultures, family traditions, and community.
In her spare time, Ginelle enjoys Olympic style weightlifting, trying new foods, and traveling to explore new countries. Learn more by visiting