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New Shoes af Susan Lynn Meyer
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New Shoes (original 2015; udgave 2016)

af Susan Lynn Meyer (Forfatter), Eric Velasquez (Illustrator)

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"In this historical fiction picture book, Ella Mae and her cousin Charlotte, both African American, start their own shoe store when they learn that they cannot try on shoes at the shoe store"--
Medlem:BeckyatAPL
Titel:New Shoes
Forfattere:Susan Lynn Meyer (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Eric Velasquez (Illustrator)
Info:Holiday House (2016), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Social justice, Race and ethnicity, African Americans, Historical, 1950s, Shoes, 3-8

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New Shoes af Susan Lynn Meyer (2015)

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In this story, Emma and Charlotte, two African American girls, join together to create a shoe stand where black Americans can try on shoes before they buy them at a lower price after they are told they cannot try on shoes at the store because of their skin color. This book shows the results of young people looking at a problem and deciding to do something about it with hard work and determination. The two young girls in this story face racial prejudice in Jim Crow America, yet they take their discrimination and use it to build a stronger community for people like them. This book would be good teaching material for racial injustice and the sale and exchange of goods. ( )
  mpl013 | Oct 26, 2020 |
New Shoes is a powerful story about an ugly part of America's history. Ella Mae and Charlotte work hard restoring old shoes given to them, with money from their chores and babysitting. Then they open a refurbished shoe store where anyone of any color can try on shoes. As stated above this story is powerful, and makes racism understandable in a clear example for children. Black people weren't allowed the same privilege's as whites, and trying on shoes is something everyone takes for granted. Which is why it makes it such a great example, something so mundane to us now was a privilege only sixty years ago. Also the way the girls fight back is rather clever and still impactful. It's a form of rebellion while not being empty and pointless, as a means to avoid conflict. Overall New Shoes is a wonderful story, one that any child can benefit from reading. ( )
  rtl5624 | Sep 28, 2020 |
Ella Mae is over the moon to be getting her first ever pair of new shoes, but when she goes to the shoe store, the clerk does not let her try them on because she is black. After telling her friend about what happened, they decide to take on odd jobs and ask for used shoes as payment. Once they collect them all, they refurbish them and open their own shoe store where everyone is allowed to try on as many shoes as they want. I thought this story was heart warming and provided a great message of perseverance. It shows children that they can find their own solutions to problems, even if society is against them. I think it showcases the obvious negative aspects of discrimination, but provides a hopeful outlook and positive message as well. ( )
  SophiaLCastillo | Mar 2, 2020 |
I thought that this story did a great job of depicting what life was like for African Americans not too long ago. The discrimination that Ella Mae and her family endure while trying to buy shoes is an accurate way of teaching students about discrimination. The illustrations that went along with each page of the story were incredibly detailed and easy to follow. It also may relate to students who might not have very much money and have to live off of their siblings hand me downs. When Ella Mae and her siblings all switch shoes, there can be students who would be able to relate to that as well. Additionally, I loved the importance of family that was shown throughout the story. ( )
  sgargi3 | Mar 2, 2020 |
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