Maya Angelou by Donna Brown Agins
A Biography of an Award-Winning Poet and Civil Rights Activist (African-American Icons)

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Few of us know the intricate pieces of a person’s life. But as we grow and evolve it becomes a wonderful journey to explore what transpires in a life so full of talent and grace. This book delves into a life worth knowing and appreciating.
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From the child raised by her grandmother in a small village in Arkansas to the writer known as National Treasure, Angelou has lived a remarkable life. She rose from pain and poverty to achieve success as a dancer, an actress, a teacher and an award-winning author. Readers of Donna Brown Agins's compelling new profile will understand and appreciate why Angelou is one of the best-loved and most fascinating American writers.
 

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Published January 1, 2013 by Enslow Publishers. 104 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction
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NY Journal of Books

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Reviewed by Laura Schultz on Jan 01 2013

Few of us know the intricate pieces of a person’s life. But as we grow and evolve it becomes a wonderful journey to explore what transpires in a life so full of talent and grace. This book delves into a life worth knowing and appreciating.

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