By Carole Boston Weatherford
Illustrated by Laura Freeman
Six Pack: $42.50
A fun rhythmic story that encourages children to tap, snap, swing, and sway, to the jazzy musical beat.
About the Creators
is a poet and writer of numerous children's books, including Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom, Dear Mrs. Rosenwald, The Sound That Jazz Makes, and Lee & Low's Jazz Baby. She is a contributing poet to In Daddy's Arms I Am Tall, also published by LEE & LOW BOOKS. Weatherford was an NAACP Image Award finalist for her book The Sound That Jazz Makes. She lives in High Point, North Carolina, with her husband and their children. Juneteenth Jamboree is her first book.
received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and she has studied at the Art Students League, also in New York City. Freeman is a full-time illustrator who has illustrated several books for educational publishers, including LEE & LOW's Bebop Books imprint. She lives in New York City with her husband and their two young children. To find out more about Laura Freeman, visit her Web site: www.lfreemanart.com