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Her novel, which was even advertised in The Crisis and Du Bois’ children’s periodical, can be considered “a positive and accurate book that presents a realistic examination of black life” (Harris, “The Brownies’ Book: Challenge to the Selective Tradition in Children’s Literature” 88). Yet, as Harris also observes, Ovington “succumbed to the use of some stereotypic tendencies” (Harris, “The Brownies’ Book: Challenge to the Selective Tradition in Children’s Literature” 88). Two anthologies for black children which include poetry, short stories, biographical sketches, and also art work by African-Americans are worth mentioning.
Nathan Huggins (New York: Lib. of America, 1986, print) 746). 127 There was a steady increase in the average annual net-paid monthly circulation of The Crisis from 1910 – with 1,750 copies – until it reached its peak in 1919 with 94, 908 sold copies. As shown above, some issues even topped 100,000 this year. B. Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst). B. Du Bois, “The True Brownies,” 285-86. ” (Fenton Johnson, “Children of the Sun,” Crisis Dec.
Stemmed from his experience parenting Yolande” (Katharine Capshaw Smith, Children’s Literature of the Harlem Renaissance (Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2004, print) 279). As already explained, Du Bois did undoubtedly gain important insight into children’s interests by raising his own daughter, but it has to be stressed that his own family was always subordinate to his goal to bring about social change for African-Americans. Thus, he most certainly did not primarily have his daughter in mind when he turned towards children’s literature, but he remained devoted to his belief that all art was propaganda also with his material for the young.