Film, Video Angie Thomas: National Book Festival 2021
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- Angie Thomas: National Book Festival 2021
- Angie Thomas, author of "Concrete Rose" (Balzer + Bray), a prequel to her first novel, "The Hate U Give," discusses the importance of libraries in her youth, how hip-hop and the Black Lives Matter movement influenced her new book and her investment in young people's literacy and writing, with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden. Bonus content: The Library of Congress is for everyone, reference librarian Laura Berberian explains in her exploration of the Library's General Collection holdings that connect with Angie Thomas' personal history and most recent book.
- Event Date
- September 17, 2021
- Running Time
- 24 minutes 32 seconds
- Online Format
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