Book Toaster/Publisher Meredith Coleman McGee interview new Author Gwendolyn Maberry Bell. Bell launched I Learn to Read, a coloring and activity book for early learners this week. The book was published by Meredith Etc.
The South’s finest writers headed to Greenville, MS – Sat. May 21, 2022. May Book Fest. 1:00p.m – 5:00 p.m. The Book Gallery. 647 S. Theobald St., Greenville, MS 38703. 662.820.5047 – featuring Gwendolyn Maberry Bell, Meredith Coleman McGee, Malesha Smith, Irma Mae Rodgers Walker, Janice Neal-Vincent, William Trest Jr., Shirley Francis, and Rosalind Thomas McCreary.
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https://py.pl/1nX0lL No Recipe Intended by Shirley Francis (hardcover) $16.98
https://py.pl/9BSbd I Learn to Read by Gwendolyn Maberry Bell
https://py.pl/tYpve $20.98 softcover full color interior edition.
https://py.pl/1r0XGC Midnight Moon, softcover YA novel $9.48
Today, we added half (15 titles) of your book catalogue in the marketplace. Happy reading. Read yourself happy with Meredith Etc books. http://www.meredithetc.com.
Meredith Etc announces the 20th author Gwendolyn Maberry Bell and the 4th new release I Learn to Read in 2022 – published March 5, 2022. No Recipe Intended by Shirley Francis; Midnight Moon and Every Inch Love Will by Meredith Coleman McGee were released in Jan.
Congratulations to author Gwendolyn Maberry and illustrator Tanyel Maberry for the release of “I Learn to Read” a coloring and activity book, Friday, March 4, 2022.
I Learn to Read is a coloring and activity book written by Gwendolyn Bell and illustrated by her niece Tanyel Maberry. This book was inspired by the Reaching One Community At A Time Ministries’ ROCAAT theme song I Learn to Read. The book is designed to engage early learners from K-4. Ms. Bell is an Elementary teacher and the director of ROCAAT Ministries where she oversees afterschool, reading, and summer programs. Children will need crayons and a pencil.
We lost our Queen Aunt Miriam Meredith Griffin, age 95, this morning. Miriam Meredith Griffin, older sister of James Meredith (author); born to Cap Meredith and Barbara Nash Meredith in 1926. She was raised by her dad and stepmother Roxie Patterson Meredith.
Aunt Miriam was the first Valedictorian in the family – 1944, the first college graduate 1957 and a long time Florida educator. Missing our Queen Aunt who was blessed with a long life on this earth.
Josiah Abigail Patterson Campbell: Legacy of Slavery, a power point presentation by Meredith Coleman McGee, a great, great black granddaughter of a former white slave holder, law maker, and Chief Mississippi Supreme Court Justice (1888-1894). Presented during a 90-minute event entitled: James Meredith’s Black and White Families Forge a New Frontier Together: Overcoming White Supremacy