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This book receives my highest rating and is first rate with teachers everywhere.
It provoked a lot of discussion about tolerance, about people with different color skin, and about how even a country as great as ours has made and can mistakes.
The injustices in this book are well written to inform a large audience at many age levels.
This story has the elements of a perfect teaching tool but it just didn't come together. It feels like the author had a lot to say but wanted to condense it and had a hard time... Read morePublished 2 days ago by jkc
My mother was a die hard Chicago Cub fan. As a kid it drove me crazy listening to her always talking about her favorite team, the Cubs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marvin P. Ferguson
This is a really good story with a really good meaning for children that feel like they are different and aren't worthyPublished 7 months ago by imthetrueshorty
Used this story as a follow-up to The Bracelet with my class. Good teaching story on Japanese internment relocation centers.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
As a literacy teacher, this book is a wonderful mentor text to show examples of struggles some races have had to endure. Read morePublished 14 months ago by pirateteacher
The lad I purchased this book for had already read the book with me at the library and wanted it for his own, so he was thrilled to get the book for an Easter gift!Published 16 months ago by BobbieThornton
Great! This will work well with our school. It will meet the needs of our students and faculty as required.Published 19 months ago by Comanche ISD - Comanche ISD District Libraries
I teach 4th grade and decided to use this book to teach cause and effect. You can talk about Peal Harbor and what happened just to give them a little background knowledge. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kilakki23