Obama: The Day the World Danced: A Family Heirloom

Obama The Day the World Danced A Family Heirloom In this picture book best friends Breyna and Emily have always heard the grown ups talk about the historic moments they witnessed in their pasts So when the girls hear about the possibility of histor

  • Title: Obama: The Day the World Danced: A Family Heirloom
  • Author: Jan Spivey Gilchrist
  • ISBN: 9780982409503
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Obama: The Day the World Danced: A Family Heirloom

    In this picture book, best friends Breyna and Emily have always heard the grown ups talk about the historic moments they witnessed in their pasts So when the girls hear about the possibility of history being made on November 4, 2008, they plan a special sleepover at Breyna s house Breyna s parents and grandparents help to make the night memorable Grandpa popped popcornIn this picture book, best friends Breyna and Emily have always heard the grown ups talk about the historic moments they witnessed in their pasts So when the girls hear about the possibility of history being made on November 4, 2008, they plan a special sleepover at Breyna s house Breyna s parents and grandparents help to make the night memorable Grandpa popped popcorn that sounded like tiny crickets dancing, tap, tap, tap The girls enjoy a wonderful historic night together that ends in the announcement of the First African American President of the United States of America Award winning illustrator artist Jan Spivey Gilchrist creates a stunning picture book using poetic language and vibrant watercolors to depict what became one of America s most historic moments.

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      Published :2018-06-09T09:52:30+00:00

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