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A hard tale. Joe and John Henry both love swimming, but Joe is white and John Henry is Black and this is the 1960s deep South. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dione Basseri
Actually I ordered the wrong version. I meant to order the adult version. Will donate to library.Published 1 month ago by Mary W. Quigley
Wonderful perspective for raising white allies in order to give historical perspective to the history of segregation.Published 4 months ago by Margaret Baumgartner
My children loved this book! An awesome book share for my Kindergartener.Published 6 months ago by BG
A few commenters wrote about the perspective of the book. I believe part of the point is how difficult it is for white people to see others' perspectives. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Diane C Sekeres
Nice read for a read aloud, so you may discuss it with your children or students. Young people like it. :)Published 7 months ago by CupCup