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by R. Gregory Christie,Tony Medina

Author: R. Gregory Christie,Tony Medina
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Just Us Books, Inc. (December 15, 2003)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.1
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Read by Tony Medina. Poet Tony Medina takes readers into the world of children who are speaking from the heart and want Santa to bring them real answers and practical solotions to th Every Christmas, millions of children wait impatiently for the arrival of the man in the red suit: Santa Claus. But Christmas is not always a happy time for children who are poor, alone or have to grow up to soon. Poet Tony Medina takes readers into the world of children who are speaking from the heart and want Santa to bring them real answers and practical solotions to the issues that they face daily.

Tony Medina was born in the South Bronx, raised in the Throgs Neck Housing Projects, and currently lives in the . Press, 2003) and Follow-up Letters to Santa From Kids Who Never Got a Response (Just Us Books, 2003).

Tony Medina was born in the South Bronx, raised in the Throgs Neck Housing Projects, and currently lives in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. He is the author of sixteen books for adults and children, the most recent of which is the poetry collection, Committed to Breathing (Third World Press, 2003) and Follow-up Letters to Santa From Kids Who Never Got a Response (Just Us Books, 2003)

Just Us. by Tony Medina. Release Date:January 2004. Publisher:Just Us Books, Incorporated.

Just Us. 10 lbs. Dimensions:7. Age Range:10 years and up. Grade Range:Grade 4 and higher.

Poet Tony Medina takes readers into the world of children who are speaking from the heart and want Santa to bring .

Poet Tony Medina takes readers into the world of children who are speaking from the heart and want Santa to bring them real answers and practical solotions to the issues that they face daily. His children’s books, DeShawn Days and Love to Langston (both illustrated by R. Gregory Christie) have garnered several awards, including the Parent's Guide Children's Media Award (2001), the Paterson Prize for Books for Young People (2002), and the Rhode Island Children's Book Award (2003).

Published December 15, 2003 by Just Us Books, In. .

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Letters to Santa from Kids who Never Got a Response, Illustrated by R. Gregory Christie, Just Us Books Incorporated, 2004, ISBN 9780940975750. I and I, Bob Marley, Illustrated by Jesse Joshua Watson, Lee & Low Books, Incorporated, 2009, ISBN 9781600602573. The President Looks Like Me & Other Poems, Just Us Books, 2013, ISBN 9781933491943.

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com's Tony Medina Author Page. 2001), Love to Langston (Lee & Low Books, 2002), Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature & Art (Third World Press, 2002), Committed to Breathing (Third World Press, 2003), and Follow-up Letters to Santa from Kids Who Never Got a Response (Just Us Books, 2003).

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Follow-Up Letters to Santa From Kids Who Never Got a Response: ISBN 9780940975750 (978-40975-75-0) Softcover, Just Us Books, In. 2003. ISBN 9781584302834 (978-1-58430-283-4) Softcover, Lee & Low Books, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'Love to Langston'.

Every Christmas, millions of children wait impatiently for the arrival of the man in the red suit: Santa Claus. But Christmas is not always a happy time for children who are poor, alone or have to grow up to soon. Poet Tony Medina takes readers into the world of children who are speaking from the heart and want Santa to bring them real answers and practical solotions to the issues that they face daily.