Through my eyes ruby bridges awards

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through my eyes ruby bridges awards

Through My Eyes by Ruby Bridges

I had to read this book for school and it is about Ruby Bridges as a child written by Ruby Bridges.
Now surprisingly I somewhat enjoyed this book! I thought that Ruby was such a cool little girl and that she is pretty awesome! Some things I didnt like is the swearing(bad words) and I now this is such an immature thing considering I have read books the swear but I just thought that considering I am reading this book for school there shouldnt be curse words!!! IT SAID THE N word!!! Also(and I know this is mean) I only gave the book 4 stars because I dont like non fiction book! :(!! I just personally prefer fiction books!!
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The Story of Ruby Bridges

LOUISIANA: Through My Eyes Ruby Bridges, Margo Lundell Surrounded by federal marshals, Ruby Bridges became the first black student ever at the all- white.
Ruby Bridges

Through My Eyes

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Through My Eyes tells the story of the forced integration of white schools in New Orleans, Louisiana in Citizens and officials alike had defied federal orders to integrate arising from the seminal court case, Brown vs. The Board of Education. Three other black children went to McDonogh Elementary. Ruby was alone at William Frantz.

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Woodson Book Awards. In this, the twenty-sixth year of the Awards, one winner and two honor books have been recognized for each of two levels: elementary and secondary. The Awards honor Carter G. Woodson, a distinguished African American scholar, writer, and educator, who wrote works on black history for children as well as adults. He chose the second week in February for this observation because it contains the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. NCSS designed the Woodson Awards to recognize the efforts of authors and publishers to provide quality social studies books for school-aged readers dealing with ethnicity in the United States.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Pule B. says:

    Through My Eyes, is an inspirational story about Ruby Bridges and the racial events she encountered .. Jane Addams Children's Book Award,

  2. Galatee L. says:

    Through My Eyes | Awards & Grants

  3. Jennifer K. says:

    Through My Eyes. Award: Notable Children's Books. Year this Award was Won: 2 Award Win Active Date: Monday Written by Ruby Bridges. Published by.

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