Njinga "The Warrior Queen" - Janie Havemeyer

Njinga "The Warrior Queen"

; Peter Malone (Illustratør)

Njinga, the Warrior Queen, fought fiercely to keep her people from slavery. Yet she engaged in slave trading herself, performed human sacrifices and--some believed--even murdered her nephew, feasting on his heart. Les mer
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Njinga, the Warrior Queen, fought fiercely to keep her people from slavery. Yet she engaged in slave trading herself, performed human sacrifices and--some believed--even murdered her nephew, feasting on his heart. Was Njinga a terrifying tyrant or a freedom fighter? Gorgeous illustrations and a smart, evocative story bring to life a dastardly dame who did whatever it took to win and protect her kingdom.
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Forlag: Goosebottom Books Llc
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780983425663
Format: 22 x 23 cm
Independent Publisher Book Awards (Multicultural Nf Teen/YA) 2012
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Janie Havemeyer has worked as a museum educator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, an elementary school teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area, and a social studies curriculum designer. For the past six years, she has been working as a literacy tutor. She writes narrative, nonfiction picture books for children, and is busy thinking about the next eccentric character whose story she wants to tell. Janie is the author of Catherine de' Medici "The Black Queen," and Njinga "The Warrior Queen," both in The Thinking Girl's Treasury of Dastardly Dames. Peter Malone has illustrated over twenty children's books for such publishers as Chronicle, Knopf, Putnam, Running Press, and Scholastic. In addition to creating gorgeous illustrations, he wrote the book, Close to the Wind, about the use of the Beaufort scale for measuring wind force at sea. School Library Journal called it "informative and utterly charming." He lives in Bath, England, with his wife, a restorer of paintings, and their two grown daughters.