Weatherford, Carole Boston

Personal Information

  • Born in 1956

Included Titles By Weatherford, Carole Boston

Here are some other books by the author:
Juvenile Fiction
My Favorite Toy, Writers & Readers Publishing, 1994
Remember Me, African American Family Press, 1994
Juneteenth Jamboree, Lee and Low, 1995
Grandma and Me, Writers & Readers Publishing, 1997
Me and the Family Tree, Writers & Readers Publishing, 1997
Mighty Menfolk, Writers & Readers Publishing, 1997
Dear Mr. Rosenwald, Scholastic, 2006
Birmingham, 1963, Wordsong, 2007
Champions on the Bench, Dial, 2007
Becoming Billie Holiday, Wordsong, 2008
The Library Ghost, Upstart Books, 2008
Sugar Hill, Albert Whitman & Company, 2014
In Your Hands, Simon and Schuster, 2017
The African-American Struggle for Legal Equality in American History, Enslow, 2000
Somebody's Knocking at Your Door, Haworth Pastoral, 2001
Great African-American Lawyers, Enslow, 2005
A Negro League Scrapbook, Boyds Mills, 2005
Moses, Hyperion, 2006
Jesse Owens, Walker, 2007
I, Matthew Henson, Walker, 2008
Racing Against the Odds, Marshall Cavendish, 2008
First Pooch, Marshall Cavendish, 2009
Michelle Obama, Marshall Cavendish, 2010
Obama: Only in America, Marshall Cavendish, 2010
Oprah: The Little Speaker, Marshall Cavendish, 2010
Leontyne Price, Alfred A. Knopf, 2014
Gordon Parks, Albert Whitman & Company, 2015
Voice of Freedom: Fannie Lou Hamer, Candlewick Press, 2015
Freedom in Congo Square, Little Bee Books, 2016
The Legendary Miss Lena Horne, Simon and Schuster, 2017
Dorothea Lange, Albert Whitman and Company, 2017
Schomburg: The Man who Built a Library, Scholastic, 2017
Be a King, Bloomsbury USA, 2018
How Sweet the Sound, Simon and Schuster, 2018
The Roots of Rap, little bee books, 2019
The Tan Chanteuse, North Carolina Writers' Network, 1995
Sidewalk Chalk, North Carolina Writers' Network, 1995
The Tar Baby on the Soapbox, Methodist College, 1999
The Sound that Jazz Makes, Walker, 2001
Jazz Baby, Lee & Low, 2002
Stormy Blues, Xavier Review, 2002
Remember the Bridge, Philomel, 2002 (American Association of University Women Award recipient)
The Beatitudes, Eerdmans, 2010
You Can Fly: The Tuskegee Airmen, Atheneum Books, 2015
Schomburg: The Man Who Built a Library, Candlewick, 2017 (American Association of University Women Award recipient)

N.C. Locations Associated with Weatherford, Carole Boston

Resided in:
High Point (City/Town)
Taught at:
Fayetteville State University
High Point University
Salem College
Studied at:
University of North Carolina -Greensboro
Manuscript Location:
University of North Carolina -Greensboro