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Nettie's Trip South av Ann Turner
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Nettie's Trip South (utgåvan 1987)

av Ann Turner (Författare), Ronald Himler (Illustratör)

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A ten-year-old northern girl encounters the ugly realities of slavery when she visits Richmond, Virginia, and sees a slave auction.
Medlem:HBlomquist
Titel:Nettie's Trip South
Författare:Ann Turner (Författare)
Andra författare:Ronald Himler (Illustratör)
Info:Scholastic Inc. (1987), 32 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
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Nettie's Trip South (Aladdin Picture Books) av Ann Turner

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I enjoyed that this book was written from the perspective of a young girl of that time in history. While reading the story, I couldn't help but to imagine myself at that age going through similar situations. The strong emotions associated with a young child's lack of understanding of such a serious topic such as slavery is palpable while reading this book. Beautiful illustrations accompany this text in the form of balck and white sketches. ( )
  Jessica.Kirkland | Feb 6, 2020 |
Genre or Type of Picture Book: Historical, Concept Recommended for: Primary-Intermediate

Nettie's Trip South is a fictional story partaking during the backdrop of the antebellum period during the civil war. The book is in the form of a conversation. Nettie, is recalling her trip down south. She recalls the painful reality of slavery. Nettie lets readers know she is only ten. Because of her age, the language, she uses, and the emption behind the language is innocent, conveying the inhumane treatment and sheer disgust with slavery. This book is a good read for both children and adults. Through Nettie's eyes, both children and adults can see the unjustness that was American slavery.
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  BRCSBooks | Mar 10, 2012 |
content review: pre-Civil War South, slavery, character development, letter writing
  cmstottlemyer | Mar 7, 2011 |
This is a story that is based on the author’s great-grandmother’s personal diary. This is the story of a young girl traveling to the South, to see what it was like, before the war broke out. She saw for the first time slaves, black people, she was told that according to the law they were only three-fifths’ of a person. She didn’t understand what that meant or what parts the black people were missing. The slaves only had first names like her animals. She witnessed a slave auction first hand and she threw up, it made her sick. She wrote to tell her friend about the slave auction, and to tell her that she was still having bad dreams at night.
I would deffinatly put this book on a smart board presentation so the students could see the pictures in this book.So that they could understand that slavery was a terrible issue that faced our country in the 1800's. This book could be used in a history lesson, as an alternative point of view. It could be thoroughly discussed. As an extended writing assignment the students could write, about an event that they attended and how they reacted to it.
  cindylansdale | Jun 21, 2010 |
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