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    #249624 - 04/12/22 10:01 AM Re: books for adults [Re: Bostonian]
    indigo Offline
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    With a nod to an old forum post, http://giftedissues.davidsongifted.org/B...html#Post239245, here are a few books, mentioned in an article which that old forum post links to... and another article linked from that.
    Return to Life: Extraordinary Cases of Children Who Remember Past Lives, by Jim Tucker (2013)
    Nature’s Gambit, by David Henry Feldman (1986)
    Visions of Innocence, by Edward Hoffman (1992)

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    #249782 - 05/28/22 06:44 PM Re: books for adults [Re: Bostonian]
    indigo Offline
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    Here's a good read, and parents may wish to share this with their children as well.

    Black History 1619-2019
    An Illustrated and Documented African American History

    by Sandra K. Yocum and Frances Presley Rice
    (2021)
    https://www.amazon.com/Black-History-1619-2019-Illustrated-African-American/dp/1557789444/

    Interesting. Insightful. Controversial.

    The authors also have a website: Yocum African American History Association (YAAHA): yocumblackhistory.org .
    Webpages include:
    - Lesson Plans,
    - Resources,
    - guest Blog posts, and
    - more information About the authors and founders of YAAHA.

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