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Seeds of change : planting a path to peace / by Jen Cullerton Johnson ; illustrated by Sonia Lynn Sadler.

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Booth & Dimock Library - Coventry J BIO MAATHAI (Text to phone) 33260000221953 Juvenile Biography Available -

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"A biography of Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize winner and environmentalist Wangari Maathai, a female scientist who made a stand in the face of opposition to women's rights and her own Greenbelt Movement, an effort to restore Kenya's ecosystem by planting millions of trees"--Provided by publisher.
Subject: Maathai, Wangari > Juvenile literature.
Green Belt Movement (Society : Kenya) > Juvenile literature.
Tree planters (Persons) > Kenya > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Women conservationists > Kenya > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Women politicians > Kenya > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Women's rights > Kenya > Juvenile literature.
Nobel Prize winners > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Women Nobel Prize winners > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Kenya > Environmental conditions > Juvenile literature.
Kenya > Biography > Juvenile literature.

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Seeds of Change
Seeds of Change
by Johnson, Jen Cullerton; Sadler, Sonia Lynn (Illustrator)
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Seeds of Change

JEN CULLERTON JOHNSON is a writer, an educator, and an environmentalist with master's degrees in nonfiction writing and curriculum development. She teaches at both the elementary and college levels in Chicago, where she also conducts writing workshops. Johnson can be found online at SADLER was an illustrator and a fine artist who focused on depicting the cultures, lives, and stories of peoples of African descent. Her book, Seeds of Change, earned her a Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe Award for New Talent. Her unique style drew inspiration from quilts and employed a variety of techniques and mediums--from watercolor to scratchboard. She passed away in September 2013.

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