Let the Children March
Set in Birmingham, Alabama during the Civil Rights protests, this beautifully illustrated picture book follows the children who joined in the peaceful protests against segregation. Parents should note that there are images of angry faces and people being sprayed by the police. The children at the center of the story, however, are peaceful, and the story shows a positive outcome.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
|North America, United States, Alabama
|20th Century, 1900s
|The Good and the Beautiful Library