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Ruby, Head High: Ruby Bridge's First Day of School Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1568463413
LANGUAGE:English

" In the beginning and end of the book, re-imagines the life of Ruby Bridges from the point of view of a child who walks beside her. Beautifully told through the text and illustrations; younger readers could grasp this. " said.

"Ma chronique : http://freelfe.blogspot.fr/2017/11/le...

Ruby Tête Haute est un album d’Irène Cohen-Janca et de Marc Daniau, coûtant 15€. Cet album, publié dans la Collection Amnesty International, a pour but de sensibiliser au racisme en racontant l’histoire d’une photo.
J’ai vraiment trouvé cette histoire mignonne dans la bouche de la jeune héroïne. Une très belle histoire, simple et efficace, qui lutte contre les discriminations. Cette histoire nous est racontée au travers des yeux d’une petite fille, ce qui la rend encore plus authentique je trouve.
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"Nous sommes en 1960 et la ségrégation raciale fait rage aux Etats-Unis. Ruby va devoir faire face à la colère, la haine d’un peuple véhément et peu enclin à approuver le mélange entre Blancs et Noirs. La présence de Ruby dans l’école, la volonté de sa maîtresse de lui faire classe malgré l’absence d’autres élèves montre le début d’un long combat pour l’égalité, le respect. C’est un magnifique album sur la discrimination, le courage, la ségrégation raciale qui envoie un très beau message de tolérance. Ce fut un coup de cœur pour moi, l’émotion étant aussi forte dans les textes que dans les illustrations.

https://anouklibrary.wordpress.com/20...
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"Ruby, Head High is the story of Ruby Bridges as told by a fictional character named Nadia who dreamed of Ruby after being shown the famous Norman Rockwell painting. In her dream, Ruby shares her full story, including a test she had to take before going to the school, the experience of being escorted to school by police officers, having her very own teacher in her own private classroom, and scarier things like a reference to being shown a black baby doll in a coffin and being called another word for ‘black.’

Each page showcases the text on the left with an expressive illustration on the right. While the text is lengthy on some pages, it’s told from the voice of a young child. It showcases her fear and courage, along with the growth of the community as a whole. Can we ever hear these painful stories too many times?

In the back, there’s a little more information about Ruby Bridges Hall, today, as well as a longer section about the famous Norman Rockwell painting.

For more children's literature, middle grade literature, and YA literature reviews, feel free to visit my personal blog at The Miller Memo!
" said.

" In the beginning and end of the book, re-imagines the life of Ruby Bridges from the point of view of a child who walks beside her. Beautifully told through the text and illustrations; younger readers could grasp this. " said.

"Ma chronique : http://freelfe.blogspot.fr/2017/11/le...

Ruby Tête Haute est un album d’Irène Cohen-Janca et de Marc Daniau, coûtant 15€. Cet album, publié dans la Collection Amnesty International, a pour but de sensibiliser au racisme en racontant l’histoire d’une photo.
J’ai vraiment trouvé cette histoire mignonne dans la bouche de la jeune héroïne. Une très belle histoire, simple et efficace, qui lutte contre les discriminations. Cette histoire nous est racontée au travers des yeux d’une petite fille, ce qui la rend encore plus authentique je trouve.
" said.

"Nous sommes en 1960 et la ségrégation raciale fait rage aux Etats-Unis. Ruby va devoir faire face à la colère, la haine d’un peuple véhément et peu enclin à approuver le mélange entre Blancs et Noirs. La présence de Ruby dans l’école, la volonté de sa maîtresse de lui faire classe malgré l’absence d’autres élèves montre le début d’un long combat pour l’égalité, le respect. C’est un magnifique album sur la discrimination, le courage, la ségrégation raciale qui envoie un très beau message de tolérance. Ce fut un coup de cœur pour moi, l’émotion étant aussi forte dans les textes que dans les illustrations.

https://anouklibrary.wordpress.com/20...
" said.

"Ruby, Head High is the story of Ruby Bridges as told by a fictional character named Nadia who dreamed of Ruby after being shown the famous Norman Rockwell painting. In her dream, Ruby shares her full story, including a test she had to take before going to the school, the experience of being escorted to school by police officers, having her very own teacher in her own private classroom, and scarier things like a reference to being shown a black baby doll in a coffin and being called another word for ‘black.’

Each page showcases the text on the left with an expressive illustration on the right. While the text is lengthy on some pages, it’s told from the voice of a young child. It showcases her fear and courage, along with the growth of the community as a whole. Can we ever hear these painful stories too many times?

In the back, there’s a little more information about Ruby Bridges Hall, today, as well as a longer section about the famous Norman Rockwell painting.

For more children's literature, middle grade literature, and YA literature reviews, feel free to visit my personal blog at The Miller Memo!
" said.

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