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Andrea Pinkney's lyrical verse and Shane Evans' evocative illustrations combine in a powerful story of one girls' triumphant journey inspired by true tales of life in Sudan.
Andrea Davis Pinkney is the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of more than 20 books for children, including Bird in a Box and several collaborations with her husband Brian Pinkney, including Sit-In, Hand in Hand and Martin & Mahalia. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, N.Y. Shane Evans is the illustrator of many books for young readers, including Underground: Finding the Light to Freedom, which won a Coretta Scott King award, and Nobody Gonna Turn Me Round, which was nominated for an NAACP Image Award. his website is ShaneEvans.com.
"Bird in a Box will break, heal, and then fill your heart, all in one reading." "Grace Lin, Newbery Honor author of Where the Mountain Meets the Moon"" "Pinkney uses deft strokes to create engaging characters through the poetry of their observations and the poignancy of their circumstances... A soulful story that captures the magic of possibility, even in difficult times."--Kirkus Reviews "Pinkney faces war's horrors head on, yet also conveys a sense of hope and promise." --Publishers Weekly "Pinkney uses deft strokes to create engaging characters through the poetry of their observations and the poignancy of their circumstances... A soulful story that captures the magic of possibility, even in difficult times." ""Kirkus Reviews""" Praise for Andrea Davis Pinkney's "Bird In A Box" A "Today" show Al's Book Club for Kids pick! * "The artfully orchestrated novel is related with grace, restraint and a wealth of historical detail." "Kirkus Reviews, starred review"" Praise for Shane Evans' "Underground: Finding the Light to Freedom: ""The author's collaged nocturnal paintings shimmer with an arresting luminescence.... When the travelers at last lift a newborn baby to the rising sun, readers celebrate along with the protagonists.""" "School Library Journal""