Golio, Gary,Riley-Webb, Charlotte. () Strange fruit :Billie Holiday and the power of a protest songMLA Citation
Golio, Gary,Riley-Webb, Charlotte,Strange Fruit: Billie Holiday And The Power Of A Protest Song. : . Print.
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Strange fruit : Billie Holiday and the power of a protest song /
Gary Golio ; illustrated by Charlotte Riley-Webb.
|Other Names:||Riley-Webb, Charlotte,|
|Published:||Minneapolis : Millbrook Press, |
|Topics:||Lynching - United States - History - Juvenile literature. | Lynching - History. | Holiday, Billie. | Lynching - History. | Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959 - Juvenile literature. | Allan, Lewis, 1903-1986. Strange fruit - Juvenile literature. | Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959. | Allan, Lewis, 1903-1986. Strange fruit.|
|Genres:||Picture books for children. | History. | Juvenile works. | Biographies. | Illustrated works.|
|Physical Description:||36 unnumbered pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references.
|ISBN:||9781467751230 (library binding ;
1467751235 (library binding ;
|Summary:||Silence. That was the response at Cafe Society the first time Billie Holiday performed a song called "Strange Fruit." In the 1930s, Billie was known as a performer of jazz and blues music, but her song wasn't either of those things. It was a song about injustice, and it would change her life forever. Discover how two outsiders -- Billie Holiday, a young black woman raised in poverty, and Abel Meeropol, the son of Jewish immigrants -- combined their talents to create a song that challenged racism and paved the way for the civil rights movement.
|Target Audience:||Ages 8-12.
Riley-Webb, Charlotte, illustrator.