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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: Anniversary Edition

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2008

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    Cassie does not unterstand about white ruling blacks until her first ride to Strawberry where she is humiliated because of her race. She finally relises how important it is to hold onto her family's land and her pride.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2006


    as a teen i'm going to have to say this was a boring book, it was very slow and just did not interest me. i had to read it (along with this books sequent 'Let the circle be unbroken' adults may enjoy this book but children just won't it was very slow and boring, if you are a kid just wait until you have to read it in school because you will have to, it just really didn't appeal to me in the least bit however ( i think its in the second book) i did like dube(spelled that wrong) he is a studdering character in the book and its really funny hearing him thru the casette reading but i don't think it appeals to children it is a good book though (for teachers and adults and any child who is super duper uptight aka miniadult )

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2002

    A good book

    I liked the book because it shares so much of black people life though slavery. I think that everyone should at least read one of her other books if not this one. I might go on and the sequence to this book. The book deals with many life issues. First, it deals with how you have to show some respect to others no matter if they are not or same color. I think that Cassie does learn some well behavior though the book. Also, it shows how people was really was back in the Depression years. I can say no matter what color you are that you can learn from this book by reading it and thinking about it. The books get into many life issues about racism that I did not know about. I say that this book is a very good book to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2001

    The Thunder Rolls

    I think this book gives a very good description of the hardships faced during the great depprsion.The story is down to earth and makes you feel like you are acuatlly in the story.

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    Posted September 12, 2010

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