Additional Resources for The Slave Dancer by Paula Fox

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Fox, Paula, "Some Thoughts on Imagination in Children's Literature," in Celebrating Children's Books: Essay on Children's Literature in Honor of Zena Sutherland, edited by Betsy Hearne and Marilyn Kaye, Lee and Shepard Books, 1981.

In this essay, Fox discusses how books fuel the imagination
of children.

Hamilton, Virginia, Her Stories, Scholastic, 1995.

Hamilton offers a collection of African-American
folktales, fairy tales, and true stories. The book won
the 1996 Coretta Scott King award.

Kingman, Lee, Newbery and Caldecott Winners, 1966-1975, Horn Book, 1975.

This contains Fox's acceptance speech for the Newbery
Medal, which she won for Slave Dancer.

Marcus, Leonard S., "An Interview with Phyllis J. Fogelman," in Horn Book, March, 1999, p. 148.

Editor Fogelman discusses young adult literature
about African Americans.

Myers, Walter, Now Is Your Time: The African-American Struggle for Freedom, HarperCollins Juvenile Books, 1992.

Myers tells the history of African Americans through
the narratives of outstanding individuals.

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