Grandpa's Face (Paperback)
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Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Publish Date: 5/1/1996
Dimensions: (in Inches) 10H x 8.25L x 0.25T
Age Range: 8 to 12
|Seeing her beloved grandfather making a mean face while he rehearses for one of his plays, Tamika becomes afraid that someday she will lose his love and he will make that mean face at her *Author: Greenfield, Eloise/ Cooper, Floyd (ILT) *Publication Date: 1996/05/01 *Binding Type: Paperback *Grade Level: 1-2 *Language: English *Depth: 0.25 *Width: 8.25 *Height: 10.00|
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Seeing her beloved grandfather making a mean face while he rehearses for one of his plays, Tamika becomes afraid that someday she will lose his love and he will make that mean face at her
Eloise Greenfield is a poet, biographer, and writer who creates for all children but whose work emphasizes the experiences of African American children. The early part of Greenfield's childhood was spent in racially segregated Washington, DC. When she was nine, Greenfield and her family moved to a housing project called Langston Terrace, a thriving and supportive African American community where she first began writing. Her first book, SHE COME BRINGING ME THAT LITTLE BABY GIRL, was published in 1974. In addition to her picture books, Greenfield also creates collections of poetry such as HONEY, I LOVE AND OTHER LOVE POEMS, which was published in 1978, and 1991's NIGHT ON NEIGHBORHOOD STREET. In 1990 her poetry collection NATHANIEL TALKING won the Coretta Scott King Award. Eloise Greenfield's autobiography, CHILDTIMES: A THREE-GENERATION MEMOIR was published in 1979.