An illustrated adaptation of a Langston Hughes poem where a child delights as the world around him awakens from winter and comes to life with the long-awaited arrival of spring and new beginnings of all kinds.
Discover the power and joy of poetry in this simple, modern introduction to Langston Hughes, featuring an ode to spring and long-awaited new beginnings
In this illustrated adaptation of a beloved Langston Hughes poem, a child delights as the world around him awakens from winter and comes to life with the long-awaited arrival of spring and new beginnings of all kinds.
"Like springtime, worth the wait."--Kirkus Reviews
About the AuthorLangston Hughes(1901-1967) was an American poet, writer, columnist, civil rights activist, and one of the leaders of the Harlem Renaissance.Tequitia Andrewsis an artist and illustrator from Richmond, Virginia. Her illustrations have been included inGood Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Real-Life Tales of Black Girl Magicand numerous YA novel covers. This will be her first full-length picture book and her first book with Cameron Kids.
0.32 inches length x 8.11 inches width x 8.03 inches height