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The Story of Ruby Bridges: True Story of a Civil Rights Icon (1995)

de Robert Coles

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For months six-year-old Ruby Bridges must confront the hostility of white parents when she becomes the first African American girl to integrate Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans in 1960.

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The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Cole does an excellent job of retelling the story of Ruby Bridges’ obstacles to attend school during the civil rights era. The narration of the story is age-appropriate for young readers in which Cole is able to hint at the underlying violence of Ruby’s journey without making it scary for a younger audience. The illustrations in the book are of faded pastels which help readers make the connection that this story takes place in the past. Cole is able to convey various tones by using descriptive words such as scary, yelling and praying to help readers understand how Ruby and others might have felt. This book can be used to help introduce subjects such as civil rights. Teachers and families can use this book to discuss how a reader feels after listening to Ruby’s story. I would suggest that this book if read independently is accompanied by the reader being able to ask questions to an adult, because some parts of the book may be hard for the child to grasp. For older readers, a more in-depth discussion can lead to curiosity about other events and issues that occurred during this time period. This book is a perfect addition to any library and can be used to educate readers on a very important moment in our Nations’s history. ( )
  Bstapl1 | Apr 3, 2020 |
I liked this book for a couple different reasons. “The Story of Ruby Bridges” is about 6-year-old Ruby Bridges whom is one of the 4 African American girls ordered by a judge to attend an all-white elementary school in the 1960’s. One of the main reasons I enjoyed this book is because of the main character, Ruby. Ruby is portrayed as a courageous 6-year-old considering she had to be because she was the first African American to attend an all-white school. For example, “men and women and children shouted at her. They pushed toward her. The marshals kept them from Ruby by threatening to arrest them. Ruby would hurry through the crowd and not say a word.” If you ask me, that is a brave young girl. The second reason I enjoyed this book I because of the illustrations. The illustrations of this book enhance the story immensely. For example, when Mrs. Henry would “sometimes look at her and wonder how she did it,” the illustration seems to depict Mrs. Henry’s admirability of Ruby. The third reason I liked this book is because of the organized plot. Throughout the story, we learn about Ruby’s family, we learn about Ruby’s religious beliefs, and we learn about her school experience at an all-white school. I also appreciated the bit of suspense at the end of the book when “Ruby stopped—right in front of the mob of howling screaming people.” As a reader, you begin to wonder, why did Ruby stop and what is she doing? I believe the big message of this book is how African Americans had to be faithful, persevering, and forgiving during the terrible times of racism. ( )
  hmorri10 | Apr 2, 2020 |
Ruby Bridges is a very important, courageous young woman that helped form the history of America during a very difficult time in history. At the time of desegregation, Ruby was a young African American girl who wanted to go to the same school that her Caucasian peers were able to attend. With little support from even the adults in her life, Ruby persevered and proved that she was capable and deserving of the same rights as any other child. This biographical children's book was both informative and inspirational. ( )
  Jessica.Kirkland | Mar 19, 2020 |
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