Meredith Etc, a small press in Jackson, Mississippi, released six (6) books this year: “Flight of a Saint,” a mini-biography by Mary Haralson Coleman; “Juneteenth: Freedom Day,” a children’s book; “Midnight Moon,” a novel, and “Every Inch Love Will,” a memoir by Meredith Coleman McGee; “I Learn to Read,” a children’s book by Gwendolyn Maberry Bell; and “No Recipe Intended,” poems/short stories by Shirley Francis. Meredith Coleman McGee is the publisher. There are 20 authors @ Meredith Etc.
Juneteenth: Freedom Day by Meredith Coleman McGee in print is live.
8.5 x 11″ 36 pages. Children’s book $6.74, Elementary School reading level
Juneteeth: Freedom Day is a children’s book about Juneteenth, a federal holiday, established in 2021 which recognizes the longest running holiday celebration of African Americans in the United States of America. This story is fun, yet serious. Readers have the opportunity to think critically about historical events. The story explores present-day Juneteenth celebrations. The book engages readers with hands on activities.
Five authors, Meredith Coleman McGee, William Trest Jr., Malesha Smith, Shirley Francis, and Gwendolyn Maberry Bell, @ Meredith Etc participated in May Book Fest, May 21, 2022, Book Gallery, Greenville, MS. Great outdoor event.
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.TheBook 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.