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This is the personal story of Ruby Bridges. She was the first African American child who was permitted to attend a school, which was classified as a school for “whites”. She faced many challenges and much adversity as she struggled to overcome the racial boundaries being enforced by society. Although she underwent a lot of bullying and torment caused by hate, she also had an experience with a kind teacher who saw Ruby for the person she was, rather than her color and helped Ruby to pursue her education.
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I used this book in my US History class as different way to introduce the Civil Rights Movement. My 11th grade students loved the book - the story, the pictures, the emotion. It has been a great ... Read full review