Seasonal Adventures Trade Book (Hardcover)

Written By Johnny Ray Moore
Illustrated by Cbabi Bayoc
Critically Reviewed
As the reader experiences the sights, sounds, and activities of each season through the author’s poetic words, the illustrations celebrate the joys of fatherhood by showing African American dads and their kids enjoying the year together.
  1. Hardcover
    Price $17.95
SKU WW-NL5928
ISBN 9781478872399
Series Reycraft Books
Number Level 24
SKU WW-NL5928
ISBN 9781478872399
Series Reycraft Books
Number Level 24
Lexile level NP
Letter Level L
Genre Realistic Fiction
Language English
BISAC Subject Headings Juvenile Fiction / People & Places / United States / African American
Juvenile Fiction / Concepts / Seasons
Juvenile Fiction / Concepts / Senses & Sensation
Juvenile Fiction / People & Places / United States / African American
Juvenile Fiction / Concepts / Seasons
Juvenile Fiction / Concepts / Senses & Sensation
Price $17.95
Author & Illustrator

Johnny Ray Moore

Johnny Ray Moore is a poet, children’s book author, greeting cards writer, and songwriter. He wrote his first poem when he was in the third grade. Johnny is a graduate of The Institute of Children’s Literature and a member of The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. He lives in Knightdale, North Carolina with his wife and one of their three daughters.

Cbabi Bayoc

Cbabi (pronounced Kuh-bob-bi ) Bayoc is an artist living in St. Louis, Missouri. Hiswork has been described as unique, bold, and colorful, while adding some “phunk.” Bayoc, whose given name is Clifford Miskell, Jr., adopted his name CBABI (Creative-Black-Artist-Battling-Ignorance) during his time at Grambling State University. BAYOC (Blessed-African-Youth-Of-Creativity) provided a unique and deep connection that would one day be shared with his children. Cbabi has created artwork for Prince, Muhammad Ali, and Rap Pages magazine, and his murals can be seen all over St. Louis. He is well-known for his 365 Days with Dad series, which paints a positive image of Black fatherhood.
Reviews

A Black father and son explore the seasons in a yearlong celebration of love of self, community, and creation... A pure ode to nature and sincere Black boy joy. 

—Kirkus Reviews

 

 

 

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