Unspoken

£12.99

How do you tell a story that starts in Africa and ends in horror? About strength and pride and refusing to be broken? One that still hurts and still loves?A powerfully moving, poetic exploration of the story of slavery: from Africa to the tall ships, from back-breaking work in a strange land to resilience and eventual emancipation, Kwame Alexander tells the story that’s hard to hear. Told through the lens of a teacher speaking to their young pupils, and in multiple art styles from award-winning artist and sculptor Dare Coulter, the story of slavery becomes one that you can tell with the bravery to lift your voice.A must-read for all children and adults alike, and the perfect companion to Kwame Alexander’s award-winning picture book The Undefeated.

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How do you tell a story that starts in Africa and ends in horror? About strength and pride and refusing to be broken? One that still hurts and still loves?A powerfully moving, poetic exploration of the story of slavery: from Africa to the tall ships, from back-breaking work in a strange land to resilience and eventual emancipation, Kwame Alexander tells the story that’s hard to hear. Told through the lens of a teacher speaking to their young pupils, and in multiple art styles from award-winning artist and sculptor Dare Coulter, the story of slavery becomes one that you can tell with the bravery to lift your voice.A must-read for all children and adults alike, and the perfect companion to Kwame Alexander’s award-winning picture book The Undefeated.

Additional information

Weight 0.515 kg
Dimensions 26 × 26 × 1 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

48 unnumbered

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

306.362 (edition:23)

Readership

Children – juvenile / Code: J