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Working cotton / written by Sherley Anne Williams ; illustrated by Carole Byard.

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Babcock Library - Ashford E Wil (Text to phone) 3311000007409S Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Bentley Memorial Library - Bolton E WIL (Text to phone) 33160091057243 Easy Fiction Available -
C.H. Booth Library - Newtown E WILLIAMS (Text to phone) 34014022389960 Juvenile Picture Book Checked out 04/29/2021
Edith Wheeler Memorial Library - Monroe JE WIL (Text to phone) 34026073372703 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Franklin Elementary School CFIC WIL (Text to phone) 30206000061017 Picture Book Available -
Kent Library Association - Kent E WIL (Text to phone) 33410000181331 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Kent Memorial Library - Suffield JJ WILLIAMS c. 1 (Text to phone) 32518051369059 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Newfield Branch - Bridgeport jj WILLIAMS (Text to phone) 34000057550287 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Scoville Memorial Library - Salisbury JPIC WILLIAMS (Text to phone) 37538000304093 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Silas Bronson Library - Waterbury S JP WILLIAMS, S (Text to phone) 34005075727346 Storage Available -
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General Note:
Art techniques used: Impressionistic acrylic.
"The text of Working Cotton is based on the poems "the trimming of the feathers" and "conejo," originally published in The Peacock Poems by Sherley Anne Williams"--Title page verso.
"The text type was set in Berkeley Old Medium by Thompson Type, San Diego, California. Color separations were made by Bright Arts, Ltd., Singapore. Production supervision by Warren Wallerstein and David Hough. Designed by Trina Stahl"--Title page verso.
Summary, etc.: A young black girl relates the daily events of her family's migrant life in the cotton fields of central California.
Awards Note:
Coretta Scott King Honor, illustrator, 1993.
Caldecott Honor Book, 1993.
Subject: Child labor Juvenile fiction
Migrant labor Juvenile fiction
Families Juvenile fiction
Cotton picking Juvenile fiction
Perseverance (Ethics) Juvenile fiction
Time perception Juvenile fiction
African Americans Juvenile fiction
Poverty Juvenile fiction
Agriculture Juvenile fiction
Families Fiction
Migrant labor Fiction
Cotton picking Fiction
Migrant labor Fiction
Family life Fiction
African Americans Fiction
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