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Contains the keyword Harlem (New York

Myers WD. Darius and Twig. Vol First edition.; 2013. Abstract

Ages 12-18

Kinloch V. Harlem on our minds: Place, race, and the literacies of urban youth. New York: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University; 2010.

"In her new book, Valerie Kinloch investigates how the lives and literacies of youth in New York City's historic Harlem are affected by public attempts to gentrify the community. Kinloch draws connections between race, place, and students' literate identity through collaborative interviews between youth, teachers, longtime black residents, and their new white neighbors. Harlem on Our Minds is a participatory action narrative that makes emerging theories of social ecology real for the high-school English classroom. Vividly drawn lessons show how teachers can engage urban youth in school-based literacy, by linking canonical text, particularly of the Harlem renaissance, to current events."

Myers WD, ill Myers, Christopher. Looking like me. New York: Egmont USA; 2009. Abstract

Ages 5-9

Myers WD. Harlem summer. Vol 1st. New York: Scholastic Press; 2007.

Historical fiction; multicultural

Michelson R, ill Lewis EB. Happy feet : the Savoy Ballroom Lindy Hoppers and me. Vol 1st. Orlando, Fla: Gulliver Books/Harcourt; 2005. Abstract

Lexile measure 700; Book level 3.3; Ages 6-11; Historical fiction

Hill LC. Harlem stomp! A cultural history of the Harlem Renaissance. Vol 1st. New York: Little, Brown; 2003. Abstract

Lexile measure 1270; ages 11-18; book level 6; general nonfiction