Where The Black Flowers Bloom (Paperback)

Where The Black Flowers Bloom By Ronald L. Smith Cover Image

Where The Black Flowers Bloom (Paperback)


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A gripping, richly imagined African-inspired fantasy in which a Black girl finds her power and saves her people from evil, by the Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe New Talent Award-winning author of Black Panther: The Young Prince. 

Ronald L. Smith is the Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe New Talent Award-winning author of Hoodoo, The Mesmerist, The Owls Have Come to Take Us Away, Gloom Town, Where the Black Flowers Bloom, and Black Panther: The Young Prince. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Twitter: @RonSmithbooks
Instagram: @ronsmithwriter

Product Details ISBN: 9780358697213
ISBN-10: 0358697212
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: January 2nd, 2024
Pages: 288
Language: English
(Black Panther: Spellbound) "An action-filled story of friendship, youthful curiosity, and exploration that centers Black kids and is layered with anecdotes and storylines that highlight themes of social justice and power."
Kirkus Reviews

(Black Panther: The Young Prince) "Energetic, fast-paced and adventurous, this will keep readers riveted . . . a must purchase."
— School Library Journal

(Gloom Town) "This atmospheric tale conjures up a seaside setting full of secrets and long-lost legends . . . the intriguing characters, eerie moments, and lurking peril prove a winning combination."
Publishers Weekly

(Hoodoo) "A riveting story with a dollop of southern gothic appeal."