WRITER, SINGER dancer, teacher and civil rights activist – Maya Angelou’s story is brought to life in an illustrated book for children, Little Guides to Great Lives: Maya Angelou.
The award-winning author and poet of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and Still I Rise was an ardent campaigner for equal rights for black Americans and Africans during a time of segregation and apartheid in America and South Africa respectively.
Angelou, who had her own battles in life, notably having to overcome a traumatic childhood, would later become a voice for her people, nation and the world.
And now her story is captured in children’s book written by Danielle Jawando and illustrated by Noa Snir.
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We’re giving away a copy of Little Guides to Great Lives: Maya Angelou, signed by its author Danielle Jawando, to one lucky Voice reader.
To enter, all you need to do is correctly answer the question and complete the form below.
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The closing date for entries is April 19.