Kenya's class is on spring vacation and their teacher asked them to write a report about how they spent their time. But vacation is almost over and Kenya hasn't done anything worth noting. A late visit to a museum's recycling exhibit and a walk through her neighborhood with her daddy inspire Kenya to use her old, broken toys and other items to make art with her family. Now she's prepared to teach her whole class how to Recycle Reuse Make Art.
About the Author
Linda Trice is an author, professor, and professional speaker. Her books include Kenya's Song, also featuring Kenya and her family, and Charles Drew: Pioneer of Blood Plasma (McGraw-Hill). A native of Brooklyn, she now lives in Manhattan, New York. Hazel Mitchell has illustrated several books for children, including Imani's Moon, Hidden New Jersey, and One Word Pearl. She is both author and illustrator of the forthcoming Toby (Candlewick).