Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963
Publish date: September 1st 1997
Publisher: Perfection Learning
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
, African American
The Watsons go to Birmingham is both a heart wrenching yet funny and relatable book about the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham. As someone who as grown up in Alabama my whole life, I remember reading this book and laughing at some of the mannerisms Grandma had because it was something that I had ...
In this book, the Watsons head to Birmingham (1963) to visit Grandma Sands. Their visit happens during the Civil Rights Movement. The book shows how the racism and the violence in the South at this time changed many families forever. The narrator, Kenny, witnessed a church bombing and became depress...
The Watsons Go to Birmingham is the story about the Watson family's trip to Birmingham, Alabama during the time of the Civil Rights Movement. Throughout the journey, the family learns a lot about each other, growing up, and racism. The book received a Lexile score of 1000L, making it suitable for mo...
The Watsons go to Birmingham seems like it would be a good book to incorporate Reading and Social Studies. I have not read the book but for some reason, I remember my mom referencing the book when I was in her 5th grade classroom. The book is about a family that lives in Michigan and ends up moving ...
The Watson's Go To Birmingham would be a great story to read in fifth grade. It teaches a great history lesson about how segregation, and racism was during the Civil Rights Movement in the south.
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