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by Sharon Bell Mathis,George Ford

eBook Ray Charles (Spanish Edition) download ISBN: 158430281X
Author: Sharon Bell Mathis,George Ford
Publisher: Lee & Low Books (September 18, 2006)
Language: Spanish
Pages: 40
ePub: 1596 kb
Fb2: 1898 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: lrf mbr rtf azw
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Biographies

Sharon Bell Mathis has won numerous awards for her many children's books, including the 1974 Coretta Scott King Author Award for RAY CHARLES. Some of her most enduring books include The Hundred-Penny Box, a Newbery Honor Book, and Teacup Full of Roses, an ALA Notable Book.

Sharon Bell Mathis has won numerous awards for her many children's books, including the 1974 Coretta Scott King Author Award for RAY CHARLES. A full-time writer, Mathis lives in Ft. Washington, Maryland. George Ford is an award-winning artist who has illustrated dozens of children's books, including several by noted authors such as Nikki Grimes, Eloise Greenfield, Nikki Giovanni, and Robert Coles. In 1974, he was the recipient of the first Coretta Scott.

Author(s): Sharon Bell Mathis, George Ford (Illustrator). Ray Charles (Paperback). Published May 1st 2001 by Lee & Low Books. ISBN: 1584300175 (ISBN13: 9781584300175). Author(s): Sharon Bell Mathis. ISBN: 1584300183 (ISBN13: 9781584300182).

George Ford has illustrated many acclaimed books for children, including RAY CHARLES by Sharon Bell Mathis, winner of the Coretta Scott King Award, and PAUL ROBESON by Eloise Greenfield.

George Ford has illustrated many acclaimed books for children, including RAY CHARLES by Sharon Bell Mathis, winner of the Coretta Scott King Award, and PAUL ROBESON by Eloise Greenfield, winner of the Jane Addams Children's Book Award. Mr. Ford lives with his wife and daughter in Brooklyn, New York.

Ray Charles is a picture book by Sharon Bell Mathis and illustrated by George Ford. Ray Charles is an iconic musician who has provided entertainment to audiences worldwide. His accomplishments make it hard to imagine he was really blind

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by. Mathis, Sharon Bell; Ford, George, 1936- ill. Publication date.

Ray Charles and his soulful, passionate rhythm and melodies have been embraced around the globe for decades. In a new introduction, the author updates Charles’ life to the present day.

As a young boy he fell in love with music, and as a man, the world fell in love with his music. As a young boy he fell in love with music, and as a man, the world fell in love with his music. Ray Charles and his soulful, passionate rhythm and melodies have been embraced around the globe for decades.

by Sharon Bell Mathis and George Ford

First published in 1973, this picture book biography was the first recipient of the Coretta Scott King Award for Illustration, for its evocative black-and-white artwork by George Ford. Nearly 30 years later, both the text and pictures still stand as an outstanding introduction to the life of the great singer who faced personal and professional obstacles

By: Sharon Bell Mathis and George Ford.

By: Sharon Bell Mathis and George Ford. A new introduction by the author sets the context for Charles's journey to stardom, and an afterword updates his life to the present.

Sharon Bell Mathis (born 1937) is an American librarian and author who has written books mainly for children and young adults. Mathis was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey. She started writing at an early age, and her love of reading was fostered by her parents. Her mother, a poet, encouraged her to write. In 1958, she earned a degree in Sociology from Morgan State College and, in 1975, went on to earn a master's in Library Science from the Catholic University of America.

Narrates the life of Ray Charles from his childhood, when he became blind and learned how to read and write music in Braille, to his extraordinary success as a jazz and blues musician.