Faith Dalzell

Faith Dalzell

Biography

Faith Dalzell lives in South Carolina and was born in 1999.

•    Faith's favorite subject in school is math.

•    When she grows up, Faith wants to be a veterinarian.

•    In her spare time, Faith likes to read, draw, be outside, play tennis, and play with the dog.

•    She says the people that have inspired her most in life are Dr. Chappell and Dr. Luke from the Daniel Island Animal Hospital.

"I believe that the experience of writing as a Kid Reporter would assist me in chasing my dream of being a reporter. The experience would help me to gain self-confidence, improve my writing, and get me comfortable with meeting a deadline."

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    Tar Beach - Big Book Unit

    Tar Beach - Big Book Unit

    by Faith Ringgold

    A young girl flies above her apartment building rooftop, which is her "tar beach," and looks down on her neighborhood. A "stunningly beautiful book."—Horn Book

    All of our Big Books feature exceptional illustrations or photographs supporting the text, and are instrumental in developing core literacy skills.


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    • 1 Storage Bag

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    Aunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the Sky

    Aunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the Sky

    by Faith Ringgold and Faith Ringgold

    In a wonderful;fantastical tale;Cassie Louise and her brother Be Be take a ride through the sky with Aunt Harriet;who retraces the journey of the Underground Railroad. "Groundbreaking!"—SLJ

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