By William Miller
As a tender black guy within the segregated South of the Twenties, Wright used to be hungry to discover new worlds via books, yet was once forbidden from borrowing them from the library. This touching account tells of his love of analyzing, and the way his unwavering perseverance, in addition to the aid of a co-worker, got here jointly to make Richard's dream a truth An inspirational tale for kids of all backgrounds, Richard Wright and the Library Card stocks a poignant turning element within the lifetime of a tender guy who grew to become one in all this country's so much impressive writers, the writer of local Son and Black Boy. This ebook is the 3rd in a sequence of biographies through William Miller, together with Zora Hurston and the Chinaberry Tree and Frederick Douglass: The final Day of Slavery. All specialize in very important moments within the lives of those favorite African americans.