Celebrate African-American Authors
Published on Thursday, February 18, 2010 - 6:01pm
Black History Month is in full swing here at Northwest One Library.
Check out the circulation desk book display for our favorite works
by black authors. Try to figure out who picked what!
Here is a taste of what you will see:
Letters to a Young Brother: MANifest your Destiny
By Hill Harper
A must-read for young men and the people in their lives. Demetrius says,
"Read this book because Hill Harper's deep, personal insights can relate
to everything that a young man may go through."
By bell hooks
You're sure to be engaged by Hooks' radical approach to love and
relationships. She challenges readers to think of love as an action
and not a feeling, and remember love in the context of community and culture.
By Walter Mosley
Los Angeles! Jazz! Murder! Noir! You won't be able to put down
Mosley's debut novel. A compelling and entertaining work of fiction.