Eloise Greenfield, prolific and award-winning children’s book author, was at the United Methodist Building July 17 for a conversation with Ethnic Minority Young Adult Summer Interns, who were working in social-justice placements in the U.S. capital, and a webinar, “Children’s Books: Teaching Sacred Worth.”
The Rev. Desire Grogan (left) of Washington, D.C., Public Library System and Shiloh Baptist Church, is shown interviewing award-winning children’s author Eloise Greenfield.
The Coretta Scott-King Award-winning author has written more than 40 books for children: poetry, biography, picture books and older fiction.
“It was a delightful experience for all of us who were able to participate,” said Susan Burton, director of Women’s & Children’s Advocacy at the General Board of Church & Society.
- You can listen to the webinar interview with her at Eloise Greenfield.
- Download slightly edited transcript of webinar interview with Eloise Greenfield
- Download “Children’s Books: Teaching Sacred Worth” screens (pdf format)
- Learn more about the General Board of Church and Society’s Teaching Sacred Worth through Children’s Books initiative.