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. . . If You Lived at the Time of Martin Luther King (edició 1994)

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Answers many questions about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
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Títol:. . . If You Lived at the Time of Martin Luther King
Autors:Ellen Levine (Autor)
Informació:Scholastic Paperbacks (1994), Edition: Updated, 72 pages
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When did the civil rights movement begin? Were children involved in civil rights protests? What was the March on Washington? This book tells you what it was like during the exciting era when Martin Luther King led the fight against segregation.
  BLTSbraille | Oct 10, 2021 |
If You Lived at the Time of Martin Luther King is a great informational book that give the reader perspective on what it was like to live during the Jim Crow era of the US, and the milestones of the civil rights movement. It also touches on some of the important figures like MLK and Malcom X with some sort biographies. I like this book because it gives the reader reasons and effects for different aspects of segregation. Each page starts with a question like, "What was segregation?". It then answers it in 1-4 paragraphs accompanied by some illustrations. I also like how there is a timeline in the back of the book. The book shows the reader that there was a whole different world they never experienced, and a lot of people how paved the way for freedom today. ( )
  KyleWashington | Apr 5, 2018 |
If you lived at the time of Martin Luther King Jr, you would know that black people were brought to America from Africa as slaves. In 1800 there were about 4 million slaves who lived and worked in the south. At the end of the civil war the slaves were freed and many people thought that black Americans would then be treated equally and fairly. Segregation was a whole way of that whites setup to keep blacks and whites seperated. Martin Luther King was born in 1929 and was born into a segregated world. He grew up in the city of Atlanta Georgia. Blacks and whites didn’t go to the same schools and black children had fewer books, few teachers, few supplies, and run-down buildings. The only time blacks and whites were able to play together was when the children was little. Everything in the south was segregated including water fountains. For many years the city, state, and federal governments said nothing was wrong with segregation. One day this woman named Rosa Parks was coming home from work and was riding the bus to get to her house then, this white man got on and all the seats were taken so the bus driver said to Rosa Parks to get up so the man could sit. Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man. Rosa Parks then got arrested and everyone heard on the radio about what happened and blacks stopped riding the bus. Many blacks joined together to boycott the bus system to force the city to improve laws that gave blacks equal riding rights.

I choose this book because the book discuss black history and it is a good book to read about because it talks a lot about how blacks had to live segregated. I gave it my rating because it was an interesting book and talked about how blacks didn’t give up and how they fought back to the people that were treating them wrong. I also like Martin Luther’s famous speech I Have a Dream and how he said I have a dream that my 4 girls will live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin. ( )
  KamyraC.B3 | Feb 17, 2018 |
Even though If You Lived At the Time of Martin Luther King is a picture book, it doesn’t pull any punches. It discusses lynching and what it is, the KKK, and the multiple killings, bombings, and other violence related to the civil rights movement. It doesn’t go into graphic detail but it still may be too much if you have a sensitive child. It’s too much for my seven and nine year old boys at this point, but I’m hoping I can read it with them in the next couple of years. This book is 79 pages long so if you read it with your child, I would plan on it taking two or three sessions to get through. Fortunately it’s divided into sections so there are pre-made stopping points.

I loved that this book didn’t sugar coat the fact that even though the civil rights movements is over there is still more work to be done and inequality still exists in America. This book was published in 1994 so there is no mention of Clinton or Obama. It would wonderful if an updated version was released.

I think this book is appropriate up through middle school. Even though it’s a picture book, it’s not babyish in any way. I highly recommend this book if you are wanting your children to have a good overview of the history of black people and civil rights in this country from the end of slavery up until current day. ( )
  mcelhra | Jan 19, 2014 |
This book discusses the history of the civil rights movement in understandable terms. It defines segregation and gives the reader a feel for what life was like for those who lived in the segregated South. Readers will understand the struggle that Dr. King had trying to convince the Southern states that discrimination was wrong and segregation laws needed to be changed. This is a terrific way to teach history to your kids without making it feel like school.
  law2110 | Jan 19, 2013 |
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