Ma Dear's aprons / Patricia C. McKissack ; illustrations by Floyd Cooper.
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- 2 of 2 copies available at Kershaw County Library System.
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|Kershaw - Camden Library||McKissack (Text)||33255001721449||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
|Kershaw - Camden Library||McKissack (Text)||33255001953109||Juvenile Picture Book||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0689810512
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 
- Copyright: ©1997
"An Anne Schwartz book."
Young David Earl always knows what day of the week it is, because his mother, Ma Dear, has a different apron for every day except Sunday.
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|Subject:||Aprons > Juvenile fiction.
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Patricia C. McKissack is the author of many highly acclaimed books for children, including Goin' Someplace Special, a Coretta Scott King Award winner; The Honest-to-Goodness Truth; Let My People Go, written with her husband, Fredrick, and recipient of the NAACP Image Award; The Dark-Thirty, a Newbery Honor Book and Coretta Scott King Award winner; and Mirandy and Brother Wind, recipient of the Caldecott Medal and a Coretta Scott King Honor Book. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Floyd Cooper received a Coretta Scott King Award for his illustrations in The Blacker the Berry and a Coretta Scott King Honor for his illustrations in Brown Honey in Broomwheat Tea and I Have Heard of a Land. Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mr. Cooper received a degree in fine arts from the University of Oklahoma and, after graduating, worked as an artist for a major greeting card company. In 1984 he came to New York City to pursue a career as an illustrator of books and now lives in Easton, Pennsylvania, with his wife and children.