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Can I touch your hair? : poems of race, mistakes, and friendship 
by Latham, Irene (Carolrhoda, 2018)
ISBN: 9781512404425 Ages: 8-12    Lexile: NP    F&P: U   
AR Rd Lvl: 4.6   AR Int Lvl: MG    AR Pts: 0.5   AR Quiz: 195373
Summary: Irene who is white, and Charles who is black, work together on their fifth grade poetry project.
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20.71 *   Dewey:
811/N
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Children's crusade of 1963 boosts civil rights 
by Adamson, Heather (Child's World, 2019)
ISBN: 9781503825215 Series:  Events that changed America Ages: 8-12    Lexile: 860    F&P: X   
AR Rd Lvl: 5.3   AR Int Lvl: MG    AR Pts: 0.5   AR Quiz: 196700
Summary: A captivating look into the Civil Rights Movement and how the actions of children helped promote equality for all races in America.
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22.09 *   Dewey:
323.1196/N
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Go set a watchman 
by Lee, Harper (Harper, 2015)
ISBN: 9780062409850 Ages: 9-13    Lexile: 870   
AR Rd Lvl: 5.9   AR Int Lvl: UG    AR Pts: 10   AR Quiz: 175479
RC Rd Lvl: 5.6   RC Int Lvl: 9-12    RC Pts: 17   RC Quiz: 66623
Summary: Features many of the characters from To Kill A Mockingbird some twenty years later. Returning home to Maycomb to visit her father, Jean Louise Finch--Scout--struggles with issues both personal and political, involving Atticus, society, and the small Alabama town that shaped her.
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Memphis, Martin, and the mountaintop : the Sanitation Strike of 1968 
by Duncan, Alice Faye (Calkins Creek, 2018)
ISBN: 9781629797182 Ages: 8-11    Lexile: 800    F&P: W   
AR Rd Lvl: 4.9   AR Int Lvl: MG    AR Pts: 0.5   AR Quiz: 197315
Summary: The story of nine-year-old Lorraine Jackson, who in 1968 witnessed the Memphis sanitation strike-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s final stand for justice before his assassination.
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20.69 *   Dewey:
323/B
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Open mic : : ten authors riff on growing up between cultures  (PLAYAWAY ®)
by Perkins, Mitali (Findaway World, LLC, 2013)
ISBN: 9781480559455 Ages: 13-18   
Summary: Talking about race can be difficult. Its a slippery subject, rife with as many perspectives as there are people in the world. But laughter gets us talking. It has the power to break down barriers and draw us closer together. Acclaimed author and speaker Mitali Perkins invites us to listen in as ten authors for young adult--some familiar, some new--step up to the mic and share their stories about what it's like growing up between cultures. Download a Teacher's Guide
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That is my dream! : a picture book of Langston Hughes's "Dream Variation" 
by Hughes, Langston (Schwartz & Wade Books, 2017)
ISBN: 9780399550171 Ages: 4-7    Lexile: 250 AD    F&P: K   
Summary: An African-American boy faces the harsh reality of segregation and racial prejudice, but he dreams of a different life--one full of freedom, hope, and wild possibility, where he can fling his arms wide in the face of the sun.
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Who was Rosa Parks? 
by McDonough, Yona Zeldis (Grosset & Dunlap, 2010)
ISBN: 9780448454429 Series:  Who was--? (Grosset & Dunlap) Ages: 8-12    Lexile: 700   
AR Rd Lvl: 4.8   AR Int Lvl: MG    AR Pts: 1   AR Quiz: 141838
RC Rd Lvl: 4.3   RC Int Lvl: 3-5    RC Pts: 4   RC Quiz: 53116
Summary: In 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give her bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. This seemingly small act triggered civil rights protests across America and earned Rosa Parks the title "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement."
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323.092/B
BTSB #:
624142
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