Revolution

By WILES, Deborah

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ISBN
9780553395266
Publisher
Listening Library


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on November 1, 2015  |  Multimedia Review

Gr 7 Up—The summer of 1964, Freedom Summer, is a time of major changes for Greenwood, MS, its residents, and the entire United States. This story is told from two perspectives: Sunny, a white girl, and Raymond, an African American boy. Sunny feels like her home has been overrun by her father's new wife, her two children, and her mother, but the grownups in town are concerned with "invaders" from the North: the young people who came to organize the black vote...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Horn Book Magazine

Reviewed on July 1, 2014

Wiles's complex, ambitious novel of 1964's Freedom Summer intertwines multiple perspectives, supplementing the main narrative with documentary imagery, quotes, and facsimile newspaper stories to immerse the reader in the volatile tumult of the times. This audio production employ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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