Don Tate – William Still and His Freedom Stories
Stories save lives
A picture book author-illustrator tip
As you listen to today’s show think about the stories you tell the world and the stories you tell yourself. Do these stories save lives? Do they bring people together? Do they lift us up?
Children’s book author-illustrator Don Tate shows us how stories save lives with his book, WILLIAM STILL AND HIS FREEDOM STORIES: THE FATHER OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD.
Don Tate is the author and illustrator of numerous critically acclaimed books for children. In 2016, he earned an Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award for his first picture book Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton.
WILLIAM STILL AND HIS FREEDOM STORIES: THE FATHER OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD is an incredible true story of William Still’s life and work as a record keeper of enslaved people who had fled to freedom.
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