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Roll of Thunder Gift Set: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry; Let the Circle Be Unbroken; The Road to Memphis By Mildred D. Taylor,

  • Title: Roll of Thunder Gift Set: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry; Let the Circle Be Unbroken; The Road to Memphis
  • Author: Mildred D. Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780147743473
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ages 10 and up Pub 9 96.In the deep south of the 1930s and early 40s, Cassie Logan and her family stand together and stand proud to defy racial prejudice and violence Now, to commemorate Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry s 20th anniversary, the unforgettable saga of the Logan family is available in a boxed set Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, Let the Circle Be Unbroken and TheAges 10 and up Pub 9 96.In the deep south of the 1930s and early 40s, Cassie Logan and her family stand together and stand proud to defy racial prejudice and violence Now, to commemorate Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry s 20th anniversary, the unforgettable saga of the Logan family is available in a boxed set Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, Let the Circle Be Unbroken and The Road to Memphis.
    Roll of Thunder Gift Set Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry Let the Circle Be Unbroken The Road to Memphis Ages and up Pub In the deep south of the s and early s Cassie Logan and her family stand together and stand proud to defy racial prejudice and violence Now to commemorate Roll of Thund

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    1. This is a childrens book series, but I highly, highly recommend it I loved this book I read it when I was younger and then when I got older I went and bought it so that I could read it again Very good reading It really makes you gain a greater appreciation and understanding for what African American families went through during this time period in American history.

    2. This seminiole book is celebrating her 40th anniversary as a must read family saga, historical novel of a time in America that continues to have far reaching effects.Set in 1933, this story is filled with the sheer tenacity it took for this Logan family to hold onto their land and dignity in the face of white resentment, hate, and violence against black sharecroppers and land owners who wanted to be truly independent in the supposed land of the free.I read this with my tween teen literary circle [...]

    3. Honestly I didn t like this book I had to read this book in 5th grade and it is to graphic for a 5th grader this book made me angry sometime and I highly recommend the you don t read this book This book has the N word in it and it s just a disgusting book It s a racist book and I highly dislike it.

    4. This is a wonderful slice of American history Ms Taylor writes a wonderful story that engages readers and helps them understand that time period I have read it out loud to several of my 5th grade classes and they love it.

    5. I think this book is a fatanctic This book is also vary life like to the segeration period of time Also it is a great book for groupe reading I think this book is great for all readers 5th grade and up to the eldery ages,

    6. I thought this was a phenomenal book about racism overt and covert in the mid 1950 s South goes nicely with the book The Warmth of Other Suns, about why people might choose to leave rather than stay under these difficult circumstances

    7. The Rising Action of the story is T.J s punishment is approaching, Stacey runs away to find work, and the Logan children s cousin, Suzella Rankin, tries to pass herself off as a white person, but fails which leads to embarrassing consequences.

    8. I started reading this series in the fifth grade I loved them Keep in mind though, they are about a fifth grade reading level Lot s of good insight into a black family living in the very white south in the thirties.

    9. These books are so good They are about a black family in the South It really opened my eyes and made me appreciate a culture much different than the one I grew up in I haven t finished the last book yet, but if you love historical fiction you ll love this book

    10. I remember reading these in school and crying over them sometimes An excellent view of racism and what life was like during those times.

    11. this book is breath taking you will love it i have no words for this book but wow it is just a good book so please read it will mean alot to yuo and you will never forget it all

    12. These books, as well as, the Little House on the Prairie series, changed my life as a child definitely a set of books that put me on the path of enjoying reading for the rest of my life

    13. My 5th grade teacher read these to us or at least the first one I have never forgotten how they seared into my memory They are incredible works of literature and American history.

    14. These were among my favorite books as a child, particularly The Road to Memphis Compelling and powerful, with likeable characters, both white and black.

    15. Great book about racism and family love I read this series in college for a children s lit class I ve since read it with my child I think this should be a required reading for all.

    16. Read these books a long time ago They were all wonderful from what I remember Young adult, historical fiction and about the life of blacks during critical times in history.

    17. this is about how you will know yor true friends the ones that will alwlays help you even if it means giving almost all you have up.

    18. I absolutley loved this series Easy enough for children to read but adults can enjoy them also It puts a lot of things into perspective A must read.

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