THE REMARKABLE STORY OF GEORE MOSES HORTON POET written and illustrated by Don Tate. This picture book biography chronicles the life of enslaved George Moses Horton. He taught himself to read and developed a love of language. He composes his poetry before he learned to write. He later become the first African American to publish in the south.
Showcases significant moments in African American history that tie back to the Lincoln Memorial by introducing iconic civil rights activists as well as exploring President Abraham Lincoln's role in abolishing slavery. (Nov. 2016 in paperback)