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Book of the Month – February

VOICE OF FREEDOM: FANNIE LOU HAMMER: THE VOICE OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTpicHolmes9780763665319ww

by Carole Boston Weatherford, illustrated by Ekua Holmes

 

Winner of the Newbery Honor award in 2016, VOICE OF FREEDOM, is about the most influential person you’ve never heard of. The remarkable Fannie Lou Hammer persisted in her fight for her right to vote despite bigotry, violence, and poverty. Her story is told in verse, from her perspective, and is accompanied by vibrant illustrations. Illustrated non-fiction for grade 6 through adult, this is a distinguished book no one should miss.

 

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Collection Development Policy

Introduction
This policy describes the principles and process which guide the selection of materials for the Prairie Hill Waldorf School Library (the Library).

Our Mission
The Library of the Prairie Hill Waldorf School exists to support the mission of the school to awaken the capacity for dynamic thinking, creativity and compassion, inspiring children to contribute their unique gifts to the world.

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