And the Sun God Said: That's Hip

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And the Sun God Said: That's Hip

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Gregg, Ernest. (Illus. by G. Falcon Beazer). NY: Harper & Row, (1972). 8vo. First edition. Color pictorial boards. Dust Jacket.

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Tracking the number of children's publications with African-American themes is an interesting way to trace the state of race relations in this country. The early Seventies was a particularly rich time with talents such as John Steptoe and others emerging. And the Sun God Said: That's Hip is a tale told in contemporary verse capturing the Sun God's creation of his people in various colors: black, brown, yellow and red. With vibrant illustrations in full color by G. Falcon Beazer, this is in Fine condition in a like dust jacket.