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Start by marking The Soul Brothers & Sister Lou as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Her first novel, God Bless the Child, was published in 1964; like Kristin Elaine Hunter (September 12, 1931 - November 14, 2008) was an African American writer from Pennsylvania.
Hunter was born Kristin Elaine Eggleston in Philadelphia, to George L. Eggleston and the former Mabel Manigault . The Soul Brothers and Sister Lou (National Council on Interracial Books for the Children Award), 1968. Eggleston and the former Mabel Manigault, and attended Haddon Heights High School until 1947. Guests in the Promised Land (stories; nominated for the National Book Award), 1973. The Lakestown Rebellion, 1978. Lou in the Limelight, 1981.
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The Soul Brothers and Si. .has been added to your Cart. Kristin Lattany started her writing career when she was fourteenyears old with a regular column in the black weekly, the Pittsburgh Courier. She has been an advertising copywriter, a city information officer, and a senior lecturer in English at the University of Pennsylvania. Her adult books include God Blessthe Child, The Landlord, and Kinfolks. She is also the author of a Collection of short stories for young people.
The Soul Brothers and Sister Lou. by Kristin Hunter Lattany. African-American teen Louretta Hawkins discovers music and, through it, the worth of her black identity. She navigates an urban world of poverty, overcrowding, hostile police, and feuding gangs to emerge triumphant, secure in her talent and in the love of her family and friends.
A fourteen-year-old girl tries to reconcile her dreams and hopes for the future with the harsh and often unpleasant realities of life in the Negro section of town. Followed by Lou in the limelight. Publication History. New York : Scribner, 1968. 241 p. 22 cm. New York : Avon, 1970. php?title Library:ADCLP/The Soul Brothers and Sister Lou&oldid 346067".
Winner of the Council on Interracial Books for children award as the year's best book for older children . This powerful book deserves wide reading. Book World show more.
Kristin Eggleston Hunter, American Writer, educator. Recipient University Wisconsin Children's Book Conference Cheshire Cat Seal, 1970, Silver Slate-Pencil and Dolle Mina awards, The Netherlands, 1973, Chicago Tribune Book World prize, 1973, Christopher award, 1974, National Book award nomination, 1974, Drexel University Children's Literature award, 1981, New Jersey State Council on the Arts Prose fellowship, 1981-1982. She is best known for her first novel, God Bless the Child, published in 1964. Like most of her work, it confronts complex issues of race and gender.
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Information about the book, The Soul Brothers and Sister Lou: the Children’s, Paperback, by Kristin Hunter (Backinprint. Winner of the Council on Interracial Books for children award as the year’s best book for older children.