Welcome to this episode of “This One’s Dedicated to…,” in which Jennifer Ziegler and I share our quick conversation with author-illustrator Don Tate about the dedication in his nonfiction picture book William Still and His Freedom Stories (Peachtree Publishing, 2020).
Subscribers to my monthly Bartography Express newsletter (folks can sign up here) are eligible for one of two giveaway copies of William Still and His Freedom Stories.
If you’d like the winner to be you, by the end of January 2021 either say so in the comments below or email me directly, and you’ll be in the running. (U.S. mailing addresses only.)
Thanks for watching, and please visit the main “This One’s Dedicated to…” page for more conversation videos and a look at who Jennifer and I will be talking to soon.
I enjoy reading and studying historical picture books such as this one, so please enter my name for a chance to win a copy.
I got to read an eARC of this book, and loved it! What a fantastic story about a man that did so much! Thanks, Don Tate – as a mom, I totally approve of your dedication!
I learn more history through children’s books! This one looks particularly good.
I love historical books. Would love to win a copy for our students