Mildred D.Taylor's much-loved classic, for readers aged 12+, "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry" follows a feisty African-American girl - Cassie Logan - as ...Show synopsisMildred D.Taylor's much-loved classic, for readers aged 12+, "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry" follows a feisty African-American girl - Cassie Logan - as she grows up in Mississippi during the Great Depression and learns the shocking realities of racism. Perfect for fans of "The Help", "Malorie Blackman" and "To Kill a Mockingbird". 'Look out there, Cassie girl, all that belongs to you.' Cassie finds it difficult to understand why the farm means so much to her father. But, as she witnesses the hatred and destruction all around her, she begins to learn the importance of standing up for your rights. The powerful and moving story of growing up during the American Depression. Mildred D. Taylor was born is Jackson, Mississippi and is the author of several young adult novels which tackle issues of race, including: the iconic "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry", "Let the Circle Be Unbroken" and "The Land".Hide synopsis
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (Turtleback Books) – Hardcover (2002)
Mildred D Taylor
Hardcover, Turtleback Books 2002
Turtleback School & Library ed.
ISBN: 0613883519 ISBN-13: 9780613883511
A black family living in the South during the 1930's are faced with prejudice and discrimination which their children don't understand.A black family living in the South during the 1930's are faced with prejudice and discrimination which their children don't understand.Hide
Description:Good. Pages may have contain writing, highlighting or notes. May...Good. Pages may have contain writing, highlighting or notes. May be an ex library copy with library markings. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
me and my class have read this book, then we did this project for it. i think it was a good book, because it showed how black people suffered back then. how the consequences were back then, but i think it was a good book.
This is an excellent book that deals with very disturbing themes and imagery in a matter of fact way. Seen through the eyes of a 9 year old girl, you are taken through life in the deep south for black people not long after slavery was abolished. From the day to day details of life and education, to the deeper and more disturbing themes of racism, injustice and violence, the book doesn't skimp on anything. I would not recommend this for a young teenager or for someone easily disturbed as in many ways it is not a cheering story, but at the same time, I thoroughly enjoyed it, although I'm not sure that enjoy is quite the right word.
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