Phillis Wheatley (Christian Biographies for Young Readers) - Carr, Simonetta - 9781601788337

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  • Cover Type:
  • 64 Pages
  • Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
  • Publication Date: February 2021
  • ISBN: FCARR_SI____PHILLISWHEATLEYCHRIS9781601788337

Phillis Wheatley (Christian Biographies for Young Readers)

Carr, Simonetta

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No one could have imagined that the frail, enslaved, seven-year-old girl who arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1761 would become the first published African American, achieving fame for her poetry in both America and England. After arriving, Phillis quickly learned to read the Bible and other classic literature, publishing her first poem in 1767 when she was thirteen and a book of poetry in 1773. Her poetry encouraged freedom for all people, and she proved to a doubting generation that intelligence and creativity are not limited to a particular ethnicity. Through Phillis's story, young readers will learn the importance of trusting God's plan while standing up for justice and the good of other human beings.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Kidnapped
Chapter 2 - A Gifted Girl
Chapter 3 - International Fame
Chapter 4 - The Cost of Freedom
Chapter 5 - Through the War
Chapter 6 - Making Ends Meet
Chapter 7 - Legacy

Simonetta Carr was born in Italy and has lived and worked in different cultures. A former elementary school teacher, she homeschooled her eight children for many years. She has written for newspapers and magazines around the world and has translated the works of several Christian authors into Italian. Presently, she lives in San Diego with her husband, Thomas, and family. She is a member and Sunday school teacher at Christ United Reformed Church, Santee, California.

Matt Abraxas has traveled from California to France, studying different approaches to art. He enjoys creating and teaching art and currently exhibits his work at the SmithKlein Gallery in Boulder, Colorado. Matt lives with his wife, Rebecca, and two sons, Zorba and Rainer, in Lafayette, Colorado.

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No one could have imagined that the frail, enslaved, seven-year-old girl who arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1761 would become the first published African American, achieving fame for her poetry in both America and England. After arriving, Phillis quickly learned to read the Bible and other classic literature, publishing her first poem in 1767 when she was thirteen and a book of poetry in 1773. Her poetry encouraged freedom for all people, and she proved to a doubting generation that intelligence and creativity are not limited to a particular ethnicity. Through Phillis's story, young readers will learn the importance of trusting God's plan while standing up for justice and the good of other human beings.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Kidnapped
Chapter 2 - A Gifted Girl
Chapter 3 - International Fame
Chapter 4 - The Cost of Freedom
Chapter 5 - Through the War
Chapter 6 - Making Ends Meet
Chapter 7 - Legacy

Simonetta Carr was born in Italy and has lived and worked in different cultures. A former elementary school teacher, she homeschooled her eight children for many years. She has written for newspapers and magazines around the world and has translated the works of several Christian authors into Italian. Presently, she lives in San Diego with her husband, Thomas, and family. She is a member and Sunday school teacher at Christ United Reformed Church, Santee, California.

Matt Abraxas has traveled from California to France, studying different approaches to art. He enjoys creating and teaching art and currently exhibits his work at the SmithKlein Gallery in Boulder, Colorado. Matt lives with his wife, Rebecca, and two sons, Zorba and Rainer, in Lafayette, Colorado.

  • Cover Type:
  • 64 Pages
  • Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
  • Publication Date: February 2021
  • ISBN: FCARR_SI____PHILLISWHEATLEYCHRIS9781601788337