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Posted March 23, 2006
Not So Good!
Are you curious about the civil rights movement? If so you might like this book. It is good for the informational aspect of reading, but if you are a reader that likes a good story, this book is simply not for you. It drags on about the same thing over and over. This book is powerless. It might be the fact that it is a non-fictional story, but all I know is one thing, I sure didn¿t like it. Freedom¿s Children focuses on the civil rights movement and how hard life was for blacks in the south during the 1950¿s and 60¿s. The people mentioned most often are Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Shuttlesworths, a family that was very involved in the civil rights movement. This book relates somewhat to the book ¿Watsons Go to Birmingham¿. In ¿Watsons Go to Birmingham¿ a family travels down to Birmingham and finds out how cruel whites are to blacks down south. If I were you, I would look for another book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 31, 2011
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