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Juneteenth for Mazie (Fiction Picture Books) (edició 2015)

de Floyd Cooper (Autor)

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Little Mazie wants the freedom to stay up late, but her father explains what freedom really means in the story of Juneteenth, and how her ancestors celebrated their true freedom.
Membre:SErdman
Títol:Juneteenth for Mazie (Fiction Picture Books)
Autors:Floyd Cooper (Autor)
Informació:Capstone Young Readers (2015), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
Col·leccions:Kids/YA, La teva biblioteca
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Juneteenth for Mazie de Floyd Cooper

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Dream-like contemporary and historical images coupled with poignant text describe the struggles of African Americans and how Mazie learns about Juneteenth, the day (two years after the Emancipation Proclamation) that slaves in Texas learned that they were free.
  NCSS | Jul 23, 2021 |
Juneteenth for Mazie is a great children’s multicultural book that introduces the topic of slavery in an age-appropriate way for young readers. This story helps readers to better understand how certain groups of people were not treated fairly and why this was wrong. The assuring tone of the story helps readers understand how important these events were and are to society today. The illustrations are colored with soft browns, blues, and yellows, to create the feeling of being in the past and seeing history right before the reader’s eyes. This book taught me the importance of June 19th, 1865 and how that day was celebrated as the end of the Civil War and slavery. I think this book is an excellent way for families and teachers to help their children and students learn about the history of the United States. I would love to see how discussions amongst different ages react to this book. Overall I would highly recommend this book in every classroom as a read-aloud and discussion book amongst all young learners. Even as an adult I felt that this book taught me something and made me want to learn about the time period discussed in the story. ( )
  Bstapl1 | Feb 10, 2020 |
This book is a quick explanation of a the fight for freedom from slavery to the civil rights movement. It explains the holiday Juneteenth. This is a holiday that celebrates the ride of Union soldiers to Galveston to announce the freeing of slaves. The book also covers the civil rights movement and the fight for equal rights.

Critique of genre- Historical fiction ( )
  Lhayden4 | Mar 9, 2017 |
Juneteenth for Mazie is a very interesting book about a young
girl who is feeling like she has no freedom. She has to go to bed
before she is ready, she cannot eat whatever she wants, and cannot
go outside whenever she wants. Her father explains to her that the
next day will be Juneteenth, a day celebrating the date of June 19th when the end of the Civil War and slavery was announced. He tells
her how their ancestors rose from slavery to equality over a period
of several years.
I think this book is good for young readers and listeners, as it provides a positive message about the African-American culture. The theme of this story was celebration of freedom gained and the progress African-Americans made after the end of slavery. This is a very good book for students to explore multiculturalism.
  22antone | Oct 28, 2015 |
Summary:
This multicultural picture book is about a little African American girl named Mazie who is upset because there are too many rules to follow. She feels like she never gets to do anything that she wants to do. Her dad decided to tell her a story about her great-great-great grandfather who was a slave before the Civil Rights Movement. He explained how poorly they were treated and how they were forced to work without pay before slavery was abolished. He went on to tell her about Juneteenth, a day to celebrate and remember. She realizes that she doesn't have it so bad after all and is eager to celebrate Juneteenth with her family tomorrow.

Personal Reaction:
I enjoyed reading this book. I felt that it was nicely written and kid-friendly. Introducing cultures can be touchy subjects but this is mostly due to not being familiar with them yourself. I believe that it is extremely important for all educators to learn and familiarize themselves with all cultures in order to be able to teach all students effectively. This culturally specific story can help children become aware of and also give them a better understanding about the history for African Americans before the Civil Rights Movement was passed.

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1. We are all unique. I could have students write a journal entry telling me how they feel that they are unique.
2. We all come from different cultures and celebrate different holidays. I could ask students to create a picture of their favorite holiday. We will use numerous supplies and materials to make it as creative as possible. We will then share with the class our creations and about our favorite holiday. ( )
  A.Fonville | Oct 19, 2015 |
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