Hang a Thousand Trees With Ribbons: The Story Of Phillis Wheatley by Ann Rinaldi

Hang a Thousand Trees With Ribbons: The Story Of Phillis Wheatley

byAnn Rinaldi

Paperback | February 17, 2005

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Kidnapped from her home in Senegal and sold as a slave in 1761, Phillis Wheatley - as she comes to be known - stuns her adopted country by becoming America's first published black poet. Includes a reader's guide.

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ANN RINALDI is an award-winning author best known for bringing history vividly to life. A self-made writer and newspaper columnist for twenty-one years, Ms. Rinaldi attributes her interest in history to her son, who enlisted her to take part in historical reenactments up and down the East Coast. She lives with her husband in central N...
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Title:Hang a Thousand Trees With Ribbons: The Story Of Phillis WheatleyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 7.06 × 4.66 × 0.89 inPublished:February 17, 2005Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:015205393X

ISBN - 13:9780152053932

Appropriate for ages: 12

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A powerful portrait . . . A tragic tale, beautifully written and researched." - Kirkus Reviews "