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Remember: The Journey to School Integration (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) Hardcover – May 3, 2004
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The book is, in its own words, "a unique pictorial and narrative journey that introduces children to a watershed period in American history". In many children's books, such a title would begin with an Author's Note that speaks to adults about what the writer is attempting to accomplish. Morrison takes a different route. She speaks immediately to the child readers of this book. "This book is about you", she explains. She tells the kids about this dark period in American history. She gives them a briefing in the history and the multitude of reasons why we should never forget that this occurred. Then the pictures begin.Read more ›
The pictures that accompany Morrison's deceptively simple text add great depth to the meaning of the book. They add a touch of poignancy that makes it personal.
This book is a poetic experience, inspiring and uplifting - no matter what your age.
Although it is technically a picture book it is so much deeper than that.
It is a great book to use if talking about Toni Morrison or black history, or fiction, or poetry. I love having this book and I know any teacher or parent would feel the same.
Toni Morrison, (whom I thank every day for opening for me a window into de black world and way of thinking) with her fluent, elegant and sober writing, leads us to remember a time of struggle and advancement into an equal society, which is a goal we are still far from attaining.
This is a book to see, read and keep near at hand in order to be able to keep watch against prejudice and lack of tolerance. We can strive for a better and more just social world.
Mexico City, Mexico
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I bought the book for my grandkids who are voracious readers. They enjoyed the book.Published 17 months ago by CJBruce
Beautiful, and very accessible to a middle-grade reader. Adults will love it too.Published 18 months ago by merrymran
This book highlights the segregation of black children. I love reading books from Toni Morrison. She offers non-fiction reading in real life.Published on January 17, 2014 by Gloribel Gonzalez
Very handy guide to start discussions in and out of the classroom. A good find for any library. Well done.Published on February 11, 2013 by Great 2008