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Eloise Greenfield Timeline

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1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
1970s
• Published
Me and Nessie
in Sept. 1975
• Published
Africa Dream
(original hardcover) on Jan. 1, 1977.
• Africa Dream won the
Coretta Scott King Award
for its writing and illustrations in 1978.
• Published
Childtimes: A Three-Generation Memoir
(original edition) in Jan. 1979.

1980s
• Childtimes: A Three-Generation Memoir won
Coretta Scott King Award
in 1980.
• Published
Daydreamers
in Jan. 1981.
• Won
Washington, DC Mayor’s Art Award in Literature
in 1983.
• Published
Grandmama's Joy
and
Grandpa’s Face
in 1988.
• Published
Nathaniel Talking
in July 1989.

1990 to 1993
• Nathaniel Talking won
Coretta Scott King Award
and Greenfield Won
Recognition of Merit Award from the George G. Stone Center for Children’s Books
in 1990.
• Published
She Come Bringing Me That Little Baby
in Dec. 1990.
• Published
Night on Neighborhood Street
,
Under the Sunday Tree
,
Daddy and I
,
My Doll Keshia
,
Big Friend, Little Friend
, and
I Make Music
in 1991.
• Night on Neighborhood Street won
Coretta Scott King Award
for both story and illustration in 1992
• Republished
Africa Dream
(hardcover) in Jan. 1992.
• Published
Sister
on Apr. 1, 1992.
• Won
Lifetime Achievement Citation from the Ninth Annual Celebration of Black Writing
in 1993.
• Published
She Come Bringing Me That Little Baby Girl
, T
alk about a Family
,
Childtimes: A Three-Generation Memoir
,
La Cara de Abuelito
,
Willliam and the Good Old
, and
Lisa’s Daddy & Daughter Day
(original copy) in 1993.

1994 to 1999
• Published
Sweet Baby Coming
in Jan. 1994.
• Published
Mary McLeod Bethune
on Aug. 1, 1994.
• Published
Honey, I Love and Other Love Poems
(original hardcover),
On My Horse
. (Hardcover),
Koya Delaney and the Good Girl Blues
, and
Rosa Parks
in 1995.
• Published
Night on Neighborhood Street
,
Lisa's Daddy and Daughter Day
, and
Aaron and Gayla's Alphabet Book
in 1996.
• Published
For the Love of the Game: Michael Jordan
and
Me, Kia Tanisha
, and
Kia Tanisha Drives Her Car
in 1997.
• Published
Easter Parade
and
Angels: An African-American Treasury
in 1998.
• Became a member of the
National Literary Hall of Fame for Writers of African Descent
in 1999.
• Published
Water, Water
and
First Pink Light
in 1999.

2000 to 2005
• Published
I Can Draw a Weeposaur and Other Dinosaurs
in 2001.
• Published
Aaron and Gayla's Counting Book
,
Honey, I Love
, and
How They Got Over: African Americans and the Call of the Sea
in 2002.
• Published
In the Land of Words: New and Selected Poems
in 2003.
• In the Land of Words won the
NCTE’s award for Notable Children’s Books in Language Arts
in 2005.
• Republished
Me and Nessie
in 2005.

2006 to 2010
• Published
The Friendly Four
and
When the Horses Ride by: Children in the Times of War
in 2006.
• Won
Wheatly Book Award
in 2007.
• Published
Children of Long Ago: Poems
and
Brothers & Sisters: Family Poems
in 2008.
• Published
Paul Roberson
in Mar. 2009
• Republished
When the Horses Ride by: Children in the Times of War
in Apr. 2010.
Eloise Greenfield Timeline
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