Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2011
“Today we are the black history of tomorrow,” writes DeeDee Deen in her brilliantly designed and detailed new release, A Beautiful Book – A Celebration of Black History Month, “I live in a constant state of hope, happiness, joy, fun, dedication, determination,” says the talented debuting author DeeDee Deen.
Breathtaking, spirited, inspiring, and illustrious - a true festival of vivid, vogue, and vivacious African fashions and culture, presented in rich, colorful photos, with enlivening, encouraging text that is lyrical, poetic, historic, and informative.
Praise is not enough for this artistic collection of the African spirit, heart, mind and soul. This book is a ‘must have’ for every personal and public library – indeed all that appreciate creativity in the most delicious and skillful expression should secure a copy of this classic.
“We have to find ways to celebrate life when and wherever possible. We have to find ways to make positive changes in the world. We have to start within ‘our’ world.” Come celebrate Black History Month this February with beautiful fashion and style!
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About the Author
Author DeeDee Deen celebrates Black History Month with fashion, style and color. It has been a tradition each year during Black History Month for her to wear Afro-centric attire everyday to work. Each day she adorns a new and beautiful outfit to share with her co-workers, clients, students, the public and now the world. Deen has been styling in this ethnic and exotic fashion for some time now and the size of her African wardrobe has grown to more than the number of days in the month of February.
A Beautiful Book - A Celebration of Black History Month * by DeeDeeDeen
Publication Date: July 21, 2011
Picture Book; $61.99; 116 pages; 978-1-4628-8568-8
Picture Book Hardcover; $71.99; 116 pages; 978-1-4628-8569-5
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