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The friendship af Mildred D. Taylor
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The friendship (original 1987; udgave 2016)

af Mildred D. Taylor

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Four children witness a confrontation between an elderly black man and a white storekeeper in rural Mississippi in the 1930s.
Medlem:mamasarah
Titel:The friendship
Forfattere:Mildred D. Taylor
Info:New York, New York : Puffin Books, 2016.
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The Friendship af Mildred D. Taylor (1987)

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
An epic story that tests the bonds of friendship in a time of great divide in American history. The story takes places in a small town in Missisppipi in 1933. Four black children are sent to a local store owned by a white family. The children have been sheltered much of their lives and during this trip experience a lesson in race relations of the time period and witness a true test of friendship. The dialogue, events, and characters are incredibly relaisitc and clearly provide children with a snap shot into his time period.
The book is fairly short and the plot is relatively easy to follow. The use of time period language and local dialect may present challenges for some readers. There are underlyiing themes that could also challenge students ready for more rigor. It is a great book to introduce a unit on racisim or perhaps ōcharacter motive.
There are some very powerful metaphors and symbolism.
A great read for upper elementary or middle school aged students. ( ( )
  lpierson14 | Feb 25, 2015 |
An epic story that tests the bonds of friendship in a time of great divide in American history. The story takes places in a small town in Missisppipi in 1933. Four black children are sent to a local store owned by a white family. The children have been sheltered much of their lives and during this trip experience a lesson in race relations of the time period and witness a true test of friendship. The dialogue, events, and characters are incredibly relaisitc and clearly provide children with a snap shot into his time period.
The book is fairly short and the plot is relatively easy to follow. The use of time period language and local dialect may present challenges for some readers. There are underlyiing themes that could also challenge students ready for more rigor. It is a great book to introduce a unit on racisim or perhaps ōcharacter motive.
There are some very powerful metaphors and symbolism.
A great read for upper elementary or middle school aged students. ( )
  Lisapier | Jan 27, 2015 |
This fictional story was based off of stories that the author's father once told her. It is a very moving story that will leave no reader feeling mixed emotions. The illustrator does a fantastic job creating pictures to help depict what the author writes. The author uses great detail to help readers understand the year the story takes place and how different everything was between white people and African Americans. ( )
  jpons | Nov 2, 2014 |
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