Sunday Week (2020)

Sunday Week With charm and grace this celebratory picture book takes young readers through the daily chores and activities of each weekday from hanging out the wash to jumping Double Dutch all in anticipation of
  • Title: Sunday Week
  • Author: Dinah Johnson Tyrone Geter
  • ISBN: 9780805049114
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sunday Week
    With charm and grace, this celebratory picture book takes young readers through the daily chores and activities of each weekday from hanging out the wash to jumping Double Dutch all in anticipation of Sunday Once this special day finally arrives, it is filled with prayer, song and dance, savory food, storytelling, country drives, and most of all, family warmth and cheerWith charm and grace, this celebratory picture book takes young readers through the daily chores and activities of each weekday from hanging out the wash to jumping Double Dutch all in anticipation of Sunday Once this special day finally arrives, it is filled with prayer, song and dance, savory food, storytelling, country drives, and most of all, family warmth and cheer.Dinah Johnson s vibrant, engaging language and Tyrone Geter s handsome illustrations joyfully embrace the faith and spirituality within an African American community and beyond.
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      Published :2020-04-12T14:32:44+00:00

    One Reply to “Sunday Week”

    1. I related to this book very well the people in the book are part of a small community who attend the same church The voice of the narrator is a small girl who explains the daily chores of everyone leading up to Sunday, which is church day In my case, this book provided a text to self connection.

    2. This was a fun book, though it certainly had a strong slant towards a religious culture If that bothers you, this book might not be right for you though It didn t bother me Dinah Johnson has a strong grasp of literary devices and her strength is truly in her vivid descriptions.

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