Let's Read About-- Ruby Bridges (2020)

Let's Read About-- Ruby Bridges Ruby Bridges Grace Maccarone Cornelius Van Wright Ying-Hwa Hu Let s Read About Ruby Bridges Ruby Bridges was born during the time of segregation in the South In she made history when she attended an all white school Follow her story and learn why we still celebrate her courage today
  • Title: Let's Read About-- Ruby Bridges
  • Author: Ruby Bridges Grace Maccarone Cornelius Van Wright Ying-Hwa Hu
  • ISBN: 9780439513623
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Hardcover
Let's Read About-- Ruby Bridges Ruby Bridges Grace Maccarone Cornelius Van Wright Ying-Hwa Hu Ruby Bridges was born during the time of segregation in the South In 1960, she made history when she attended an all white school Follow her story and learn why we still celebrate her courage today.
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One thought on “Let's Read About-- Ruby Bridges

  1. Brittany

    Summary This book tells the story of Ruby Bridges It is fairly general, but gives good information for young children It goes through how Ruby went to the white school that was closer to her home than the black school that she was attending It tells how she stayed in the school even after all the other students left and how they eventually became friends It is a very good book to introduce children to the history of civil rights and segregation.Response I like this book because I am very interes [...]

  2. Jasmin Garcia

    Let s Read About Ruby Bridges is a great story about the hardships African American people had to endure to overcome the hurdles that led to segregation The story talks about Ruby s struggles when she was chosen to be the first African American child to be segregated in an all white school This is a great nonfictional book that helps introduce biographies to beginning readers It can also help introduce the struggles African American people had to endure before segregation was introduced Let s Re [...]

  3. Rosa Cline

    All the Let s Read About books in this series have been wonderfully written and often like this one written by the person it s about Written in a way that young readers listeners can understand but not so simple that the storyline and importance of that person s life is lost.

  4. Ashley Enlow

    Very basic information for young readers This books covers segregation and how Ruby Bridges attended an all white school.

  5. Megan Knippenberg

    Love the pictures Great book for children about Ruby Bridges and the Civil Rights Movement.

  6. Alexis Munk

    This book is very well written It is written in a manor that is appropriate for younger children It teaches children about our history but not in a violent way.

  7. Sharonneika

    This is a non fictional book that tells the story behind Ruby Bridges Children are able to read it quickly and learn a little about black historians It can be used in homes and classrooms.

  8. Brooke

    This book is not what I expected The story was a biography about an older time I feel like it was not relatable due to time difference.

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