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The Other Side

af Jacqueline Woodson

Andre forfattere: Earl B. Lewis (Illustrator)

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Two girls, one white and one black, gradually get to know each other as they sit on the fence that divides their town.

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Personal Response: This is an excellent picture book that introduces the concept of segregation. The fence is a very appropriate and creative way to show how segregation laws worked, and make the idea accessible to younger readers.

Evaluation: Woodson’s text is lyrical yet simple enough for younger readers. She uses short sentences and simple dialogue that is appropriate for the age of the young narrator. Setting the perspective of the story strictly from Clover’s point of view will also help children relate to the story, even though it is set in an earlier time period. Lewis’ watercolor illustrations are richly painted and full of realistic details, balancing the simple text. The emotion of the dialogue and Clover’s feelings toward Annie and the fence are perfectly reflected in the images. ( )
  JustZelma | Dec 20, 2020 |
The two girls, separated by a fence put up by their parents to keep them apart, find a way to become friends. A tender story that shows that true friendship is possible despite the barriers established by the grown-up world. ( )
  vberthiaume | Nov 22, 2020 |
I really enjoyed reading this book. It showed two girls who saw past appearances and found a way to be friends and hang out together, even though their parents told them not to go into the other ones side of the fence. I loved the representation of friendship and I also really loved the illustrations in this book. ( )
  AlyssaLeach62599 | Oct 27, 2020 |
Clover is a black child in a segregated community. She enjoys sitting on the fence that separates the blacks from the whites. She notices Annie, a white child. White children and Black children aren't allowed to play together but Clover and Annie have similar interests, similar likes and similar desires to be able to play with one another. Read this book to find out if Annie and Clover are able to surpass the segregation in this community.
  campbell_m76 | Jul 23, 2020 |
I got this for my son when I wanted to get some books that we could use to begin having discussions about race & racism. ( )
  Rachael_SJSU | Jul 11, 2020 |
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