Black Magic

  • Title: Black Magic
  • Author: Dinah Johnson R. Gregory Christie
  • ISBN: 9780805078336
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Black Magic Black is a look a taste a speed an emotion It s the surprising stripes on a zebra the taste of dark chocolate the scary exciting feeling of going inside a tunnel and a mother s voice as her dau
    Black is a look, a taste, a speed, an emotion It s the surprising stripes on a zebra, the taste of dark chocolate, the scary, exciting feeling of going inside a tunnel, and a mother s voice as her daughter falls asleep.In this celebration of the African American spirit, Dinah Johnson and R Gregory Christie paint a picture of black that is vivid, varied, and proud.

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    1. Dinah Johnson has definitely created a unique take on empowering the African American cultural. This book is written in almost a poetry form and describes the many things that black can be (loud, proud, exciting etc.). I can see some of the aspects celebrating the culture, but I don't fully understand her description of everything black is. She states black is slow, quick and delicious. These are just some adjectives that don't make sense when empowering a culture. R. Gregory Christie adds very [...]

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    2. Lyrical and exuberant language leads us on a journey as a young girl celebrates the black magic that she finds in her life. Black is loud, delicious, quick, and slow, and found everywhere from the black of written music notes to the stripes of a zebra. The illustrations match the rollicking energy of the book with its bright colors as our eyes are drawn from one page to the next in this celebration of the magic found in the color, concept, and all things black.

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    3. A joyful, engaging picture book about a little girl who learns to celebrate the wonderful ways "black" manifests in the sky, in her father's eye, and in the pigment of her skin. Written by a professor of English, the work is soulful and poetic and a wonderful contribution to the genre of children's literature.

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    4. It's a story that shows all the ways things can be black. To me, a story that conveys that being different is okay. Great book for simile/metaphor.

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    5. A book that encourages self worth about what it means to be balck. Some students may find it very empowering. Some of the metaphors are a stretch

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    6. Good way to introduce to the idea that black is not a negative thing to be or a negative color. Great figurative language and illustration--introduce kids to poetry!

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    7. Incredibly expressive and detailed faces.

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    8. This is a great book to about celebrating self worth.

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    9. If you are looking for a good example of a color poem like you would find in Hailstones and Halibut Bones, try this for Black is… It does the trick.

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