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All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom (edició 2014)

de Angela Johnson, E.B. Lewis (Il·lustrador)

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In 1865, members of a family start their day as slaves, working in a Texas cotton field, and end it celebrating their freedom on what came to be known as Juneteenth.
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Títol:All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom
Autors:Angela Johnson
Altres autors:E.B. Lewis (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (2014), Hardcover, 40 pages
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All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom de Angela Johnson

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There are two reasons I liked this book. In the picture book All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom, narratives the day slaves would forever be free. The African American slaves, wake up to the news that they will now be forever free, no longer having to work in the cotton fields. The illustrator E.B. Lewis used watercolor paint. The illustrations give an illusion of photographs that have been stored in a storage as a memory keepsake. For example, the last illustration shows colors of browns, whites, faded blue and black. Only two cabins are shown with two wagons and a family walking away from the cabin. The writing fit in perfectly for the time period of this book. The words weren’t to lengthy or advanced for children to understand the change this day brough forward. The purpose of this book to for people to remember the day slaves were announced free. ( )
  ileonr1 | Mar 2, 2020 |
A young girl and her siblings wake to the smell of honeysuckle and set to work in the cotton fields as slaves. Paneled illustrations show news of their freedom spreading from "the port, to town, through the countryside, and into the fields." Once they receive word of their freedom, the girl's family eat, laugh, and tell stories into the night. The next day, she wakes to the same smell of honeysuckle, but everything is "all different now." The final page shows the former slaves leaving the fields with their belongings.
Simple, elegant, yet effective text used in this story: "that a Union general had read from a balcony that we were all now and forever free and things would be all different now." Angela Johnson very intentionally omits names and places; her purpose is feeling. She wants her audience to feel what people felt that day, Juneteenth. The details come after the story in a timeline of important dates from 1863-1865, the history of Juneteenth, online sources for further learning, and key terms defined in kid-friendly language. Excellent book. ( )
  HSunseri | Sep 23, 2018 |
The book tells the story about what happened on the day when the enslaved people of the south found out in that the Civil War was over and that they were free.

There are many black people I know that celebrate Juneteenth instead of 4th of July because for our ancestors this was their independence day. I think the book does a good job of explaining the holiday and its origins to a young audience. The author's note was the most powerful part of the book for me.
  fchloe1 | Mar 19, 2017 |
"All Different Now" tells the story of a young girl who is a slave on a plantation, along with the rest of her family. The central message of this story is even in the darkest of times, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. The young girl and her family live the same life every day, picking cotton and working in the hot June sun. One day, their lives are changed forever as the Union decides to abolish slavery, setting the young girl and her family free. They are now free to live their own lives as they choose to on their own terms. ( )
  AndreaFrench | Feb 25, 2017 |
I enjoyed this book as the children in my class are learning about The Civil War. This book could be used at the end of The Civil War unit. It could be talked about how the characters were feeling once they were free slaves. ( )
  skeltonmorgan | Sep 6, 2016 |
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For the ones who were never freed.  -A. J.
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