Juneteenth related books available at the Loveland Library

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Adult Books
Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the end of slavery; by Deborah Willis and Barbara Krauthamer

On Juneteenth; by Annette Gordon-Reed

How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America; by Clint Smith

My Face is Black is True: Callie House and the struggle for ex-slave reparations; by Mary Frances Berry


Available Digitally (Hoopla or Libby/Overdrive):
Closer to Freedom: enslaved women and everyday resistance in the plantation South; by Stephanie M. H.Camp

A Black Women's History of the United States; by Daina Berry and Kali Gross

Juneteenth: A Novel; by Ralph Ellison

General Gordon Granger: the savior of Chickamauga and the man behind "Juneteenth"; by Robert C. Conner

Juneteenth; by Vaunda Micheaux Nelse (Children’s)

Juneteenth; by Rachel A. Koestler-Grack (Children’s)

Juneteenth; by R.J. Bailey (Children’s) Juneteenth; by Emily Dolbear (Children’s)

Juneteenth; by Lisa A. Crayton (Children’s)

Juneteenth: el fin de la esclavitud en texas (juneteenth); by Angela Leeper (Children’s)

The Story of Juneteenth: an interactive history adventure; by Steven Otfinoski (Children’s)

The Story behind Juneteenth; by Jack Reader (Children’s)

Hidden Black history: from Juneteenth to redlining; by Amanda Jackson Green (Children’s)

Children’s Books:
Juneteenth for Mazie; by Floyd Cooper

Juneteenth; by Julie Murray Come

Juneteenth; by Ann Rinaldi (Teen)

All different now: Juneteenth, the first day of freedom; by Angela Johnson

Freedom Bird; by Jerdine Nolen

The Bell Rang; by James E. Ransome

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