Ain't burned all the bright / by Reynolds & Griffin.
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1 current hold with 2 total copies.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Detroit Lakes Public Library||Y REY (Text)||33500013523360||New||In transit||-|
|Moorhead Public Library||Y REY (Text)||33500013523352||New||Checked out||02/05/2022|
- ISBN: 9781534439467
- ISBN: 1534439463
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Atheneum, 
"A Caitlyn Dlouhy Book."
"A smash up of art and text that viscerally captures what it is to be Black. In America. Right now"-- Provided by publisher.
|Target Audience Note:||
Ages 12 and Up. Atheneum.
Grades 7-9. Atheneum.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2021 December #1
*Starred Review* Reynolds and Griffin's searing indictment of the status quo is expressed in the voice of a young, unnamed Black man, whose timely comments resonate beyond the personal to the universal. Divided into three parts called "Breaths," the text begins as the boy ponders why his mother won't change the TV channel from repetitive news stories, what keeps his brother glued to his video game, and the implications of his sister's plan to attend a protest. Breath Two introduces the boy's sick father, who, isolated in his bedroom, can't stop coughing. Breath Three finds the boy feeling suffocated and searching for an oxygen mask, eventually finding lifelines in small but meaningful details around him. Reynolds' textâprinted on strips of white paper affixed to notebook pagesâcomments on a seemingly changeless world on fire, on protests in the wake of George Floyd's murder, and on the seeming omnipresence of COVID-19âall of which reflect a world without the freedom to breathe. It's a bleak picture but not one without hope of change. Griffin's remarkable mixed-media collage pictures that employ a palette largely of black and red are a perfect complement to the text, capturing its tone and style exactly while expanding and enhancing the poetic words. The result is an important combination that expresses the zeitgeist of a troubled time. It's essential reading. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: There's nothing Reynolds can't do, and his readers know it. This creative, timely reflection will be particularly admired by teens seeking change. Grades 7-12. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.
Jason Reynolds is a #1 <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author, a Newbery Award Honoree, a Printz Award Honoree, a two-time National Book Award finalist, a Kirkus Award winner, a Carnegie Medal winner, a two-time Walter Dean Myers Award winner, an NAACP Image Award Winner, and the recipient of multiple Coretta Scott King honors. He’s also the 2020–2022 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. His many books include <i>All American Boys</i> (cowritten with Brendan Kiely); <i>When I Was the Greatest</i>; <i>The Boy in the Black Suit</i>; <i>Stamped</i>; <i>As Brave as You</i>; <i>For Every One</i>; the Track series (<i>Ghost</i>, <i>Patina</i>, <i>Sunny</i>, and <i>Lu</i>); <i>Look Both Ways</i>; <i>Stuntboy, in the Meantime</i>; <i>Ain’t Burned All the Bright</i>; <i>My Name Is Jason. Mine Too. </i>(with Jason Griffin); and <i>Long Way Down</i>, which received a Newbery Honor, a Printz Honor, and a Coretta Scott King Honor. He lives in Washington, DC. You can find his ramblings at JasonWritesBooks.com.<br><br>Jason Griffin created the artwork for <i>My Name Is Jason. Mine Too, </i>written by Jason Reynolds.  He’s an artist and master collaborator, who has shown his art in major cities all over the world.  his most recent projects include a commissioned mural for the children’s cancer wing at Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx, as well as a residency at the new contemporary art museum in Amsterdam, Het HEM. He currently creates in Queens, New York.
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