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by Harriette Cole,John Pinderhughes

ePub Coming Together: Celebrations for African American Families download
Author:
Harriette Cole,John Pinderhughes
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978-0786807536
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0786807539
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Jump At The Sun; 1 edition (October 1, 2003)
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by Harriette Cole (Author), John Pinderhughes (Author). Just in time for the holidays comes a book chock-full of reasons to celebrate. Coming Together is a collection of traditions used to observe occasions both large and intimate

by Harriette Cole (Author), John Pinderhughes (Author). Coming Together is a collection of traditions used to observe occasions both large and intimate. Naming ceremonies, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and family reunions are the focus of this volume that lays the groundwork for starting or enhancing significant family gatherings. Using a nuts-and-bolts approach, the authors enrich each section with crafts, menus, and activities designed for participants of all ages.

Cole, Harriette; Pinderhughes, John, 1946 .

Cole, Harriette; Pinderhughes, John, 1946-. African American families, African Americans, African Americans, Family festivals, Holidays, Familles noires américaines, Noirs américains, Noirs américains, Fêtes de famille, Jours fériés. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by KellyCritch on October 20, 2009.

Coming Together book. African American families are dynamic and powerful. Start by marking Coming Together: Celebrations for African American Families as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Publication History. New York : Hyperion Books for Children, 2003. v, 121 p. : ill. (chiefly co., col. map ; 29 cm. ISBN 0786807539 OCLC 51764131. php?title Library:ADCLP/Coming together : celebrations for African American families&oldid 346172". Categories: ADCLP Works from 2003.

Coming together: celebrations for African American families. By Harriette Cole and John Pinderhughes. New York, . : Jump at the Sun, 2003. This book discusses numerous traditions of African American families, including Kwanzaa, Christmas, naming ceremonies, and family reunions.

Harriette Cole's latest book, Coming Together: Celebrations for African American Families, is meant to help plan Kwanzaa and Christmas celebrations, with ideas for organizing family reunions and naming ceremonies for children. More holiday coverage from NPR.

John Pinderhughes 1946- Photographer Source for information on Pinderhughes, John: Contemporary Black . With Harriette Cole) Coming Together: Celebrations for African American Families, Jump At The Sun, Hyperion, 2003.

John Pinderhughes 1946- Photographer Source for information on Pinderhughes, John: Contemporary Black Biography dictionary. With John Carafoli) "Thanksgivin. ith All the Fixings," New Choices Magazine November 1991.

Find nearly any book by Harriette Cole. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Coming Together: Celebrations for African American Families. by Harriette Cole, John Pinderhughes

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An African American judge once recounted to me the number of times her . Black families have transcended the color line.

An African American judge once recounted to me the number of times her husband was stopped, and followed home, after coming home from work or evening church meetings. Today, stories of violence against African Americans come not just from the inner city, but the suburbs. In the hundred largest metropolitan areas in the United States, half of African Americans live in the suburbs, not the cities. Suburbs were never as lily-white as their reputation, but today they’re even more diverse. But some police and white residents haven’t.

Cole was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the middle of three sisters. Her parents are Doris Freeland Cole, a retired kindergarten teacher who has devoted her life to her children, and the Honorable Harry A. Cole, the first black judge on the Maryland Court of Appeals

African American families are dynamic and powerful. Celebrations play an important part in the fabric of the family. Coming Together is devoted to several of the very special occasions that many African American families honor. Filled with creative ideas for involving the entire family-from young children to grandparents and great-grandparents-this rich book provides everything you need to transform time together into compelling and memorable occasions. Coming Together is brimming with sample menus, easy-to-follow recipes, crafts, activities, and unique ideas to bring the value of these celebrations to life.
  • Interesting read!

  • I am on the planning committee for my family reunion and I was looking for ideas to make it more interesting and fun. I loved the pictures and found it easy to use and I do use it when it's my turn to help out.

  • Awesome information and kid friendly recipes.

  • I enjoy the information that it provides in all areas identified.