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Let the Children March (edição 2018)

por Monica Clark-Robinson (Autor), Frank Morrison (Ilustrador)

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Under the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, children and teenagers march against segregation in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963.
Membro:aquinn
Título:Let the Children March
Autores:Monica Clark-Robinson (Autor)
Outros autores:Frank Morrison (Ilustrador)
Informação:HMH Books for Young Readers (2018), 40 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:2nd-4th, civil rights, diversity, inequality, segregation, children in history

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A powerful book indeed, this is a powerful book that goes into the protests in 1963. I think letting the children march was an appropriate title, and I think that it is important for children to read because I think understanding the impact children had in that time and even this time. I think the most powerful quote I got out of this was they are young children but not young enough to not know what freedom is. ( )
  Gabi154 | Apr 5, 2021 |
Age: primary / intermediate
Genre: historical

This book was about the marches that Dr. King led in Birmingham, Alabama. It talks about using your voice and how kids can be brave and stand up for what they believe to make a difference just as adults can. I think this would be a great book to read in a history lesson or have in my classroom for when we talk about segregation and the civil rights movement. ( )
  mkumpula | Apr 5, 2021 |
historical fiction- civil rights

A girl goes to her church to listen to MLK speak and her parents didn't think they could march because they may lose their jobs and couldn't do that to their family. They decided to let the children march. They hoped it would all be worth the fear they had. They marched on singing songs of freedom. They were threatened with jail and dogs and water. Police hit her with water on the third day, shoved her to the ground to her knees, and she was arrested.

This is a good book because it shows children things that people their own age had to go through so that the could have the life and the freedoms they do now. I think it would make children appreciate each other and practice more kindness. ( )
  KelcieBailey | Nov 15, 2020 |
Nonfiction - Informational

This book is about an unnamed girl in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963. It tells about how African American children were segregated and harassed and how they rose up to march for Civil Rights. Throughout the picture book, the author tells about what led up to the march, how "courage was by her side", and how this came to inspire the desegregation in Birmingham.

I thought that this book was incredibly empowering and did an amazing job of telling the story though the eyes of an unknown girl but making it very personal and relatable. I believe that this book would be a good class read when discussing the Civil Rights Movement and how it impacted not only adults, but children as well.
  elizabethardacre | Nov 15, 2020 |
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Great start! I'd like to see how this is going to turn out. You know what, you can publish your book in N0velStar, and I am sure that a lot of readers will love your work.
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