Ick was born a slave and escaped to the north learning to read and then wonder why he couldn t do what others did As Anthony and Douglas grew to adulthood both continued to estion the denial of their rights to vote to do all the things that white men could They never stopped fighting for those rights The illustrations are realistic with bold color with some background parts showing swirls of words surrounding these two famous people There are parts of the Constitution parts of the speeches and articles each wrote There is an author s note and a bibliography at the back The book can Start Many Conversations About Anthony And Douglas many conversations about Anthony and Douglas
They Did How They Fought did how they fought the rights we all now have This is a cute very very simple biography of Susan B Anthony and Frederick Douglass I really liked the mixed media collage illustrations especially the scraps of paper covered in period handwriting Nerdy Archivist moment Susan s bloomers made p
one of those scraps is priceless I also really the depictions. Her for tea and conversation They recount their similar stories fighting to win rights for women and African Americans The premise of th. .
Of One Of Those Scraps Is Priceless I Also Really
This book introduces children to history throughout the whole book It starts off with the friendship between Susan B Anthony and Frederick Douglass the 19th century civil rights heros It teaches th Very beautiful picture book imaging Susan B Anthony and Frederick Douglass meeting for tea at Anthony s home on Madison Street in Rochester NY They discuss topics of women s and African American rights Short and sweet with lovely illustrations A clever spare narrative imagines a meeting of the suffragette and former slave and abolitionist at her home in Rochester New York Superbly illustrated by Selina Alko and Sean alls I wish the author had included suggestions for further reading Susan B Anthony and Frederick Douglass became friends in Rochester New York where there is a statue showing them having tea together The story imagines what it might have been like when they met but it also shares a little of each of their childhoods Susan
LOVED TO LEARN BUT WAS DENIED THAT BECAUSE to learn but was denied that right because a woman Freder. Some people had rights while others had noneWhy shouldn't they have them tooTwo friends Susan B Anthony and Frederick Douglass get toget.
Dean Robbins ↠ 7 Free read,
Of the people of color The one thing that keeps me from giving this book a whole 5 stars is that it must cause the young reader to ask a LOT of Winners Dream uestions Who had rights Why didn t some people have rights and other people did What is a slave Why didn t Frederick justit Why did he have to learn to read in
secret This story does not explain any of those things just Frederick was a slave He had to do whatThis story does not explain any of those things just Frederick was a slave He had to do what master said I know from experience that 5 year olds don t nderstand slavery It would have been simple *for the illustrators to put one picture nder the phrase Some * the illustrators to put one picture nder the phrase Some had rights
of white men Other people did not Picture of women and people of color I m not an artist or professional writer just a reader historian and aunt Otherwise I really enjoyed this charming little book I know ite a lot individually about Frederick Douglass and a bit about Susan B Anthony but nothing about their tea parties I wish I could have been there to listen to a conversation between these brilliant activist. Is particular exchange between the two is based on a statue in their hometown of Rochester New York which shows the two friends havingPicture Of White Men