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Amanda Gorman [Checkerboard biographies]by Borgert-Spaniol, Megan 

BTSB Prebound(Checkerboard Library, 2021)

BTSB #: 134976 In Bindery

Dewey: 800/BAges: 8-12   
Lexile: 870

Subjects: Gorman, Amanda,|d1998- Poets laureate - Biography African American women poets - Biography Women activists - Biography Feminist poetry


Summary: Examines the life of National Youth Poet Laureate and activist Amanda Gorman.


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Amanda Gorman [My Itty-Bitty Bio]by Briscoe, Eyrn 

BTSB Prebound(Cherry Lake, 2022)

BTSB #: 152449 Available

Dewey: 811/BAges: 4-7   
Lexile: 320 AD

Subjects: Gorman, Amanda,|d1998- African American women poets - Biography American poets|y21st century - Biography


Summary: Examines the life of National Youth Poet Laureate and activist Amanda Gorman.


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Amanda Gorman : poet & activist [History maker biographies (Abdo Publishing)]by Hansen, Grace 

BTSB Prebound(Abdo Kids, 2022)

BTSB #: 418348 Available

Dewey: 811/BAges: 4-8   
Lexile: 740

Subjects: Poets - Biography African American women poets - Biography Women activists - Biography Feminist poetry


Summary: A biography of Amanda Gorman, including her early years, education, accomplishments, and more.


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Meet Phillis Wheatley : poet and former slave [Introducing Famous Americans]by Katirgis, Jane 

BTSB Prebound(Enslow, 2020)

BTSB #: 507792 Available

Dewey: 811/BAges: 8-12   
AR: 3.9 MG

Subjects: Wheatley, Phillis,|d1753-1784 African American women poets - Biography Women slaves - United States - Biography


Summary: Arriving in Boston aboard a slave ship in 1761, Phillis Wheatley began what would eventually be a storied life in America. Primary sources bring to life the story of America's first African American female poet. Wheatley learned to speak English and to read and write. She even learned to read Latin. Soon she was writing poetry, but no one in Boston would publish her book because she was a slave. She had to find a publisher in London to print her poetry and her words live on.


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