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Julius Lester
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Commire, Anne, ed. Something About the Author, vol. 74. Detroit: Gale, 1993. Includes a photograph of Julius Lester, a bibliography of his writings, and biographical information.

Foner, Eric, and Naomi Lewis. Review of Long Journey Home: Stories from Black History. New York Review of Books (April 20, 1972): 41-12.

Griffin, John Howard. Review of To Be a Slave. New York Times Book Review (November 3, 1968): 7.

Katz, William Loren. Review of Long Journey Home. Book World (September 3, 1972): 9.

Kirkus Review (November 15, 1997). The reviewer makes positive remarks about the writing and illustrations.

Lester, Julius. Article in Fourth Book of Junior Authors and Illustrators, edited by Doris De Montreville and Elizabeth D. Crawford, 223-24. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1978.

Lester, Julius. "The Beechwood Staff." Horn Book Magazine (April 1984): 161-69.

List, Barry. "Julius Lester." Publishers Weekly (February 12, 1988): 67-68.

MacCann, Do nnarae. "Julius Lester." Twentieth-Century Children's Writers, 3rd ed.

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