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Abby takes a stand

Pat McKissack

Abby takes a stand

by Pat McKissack

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  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Race relations,
  • Civil rights demonstrations,
  • Segregation,
  • History,
  • African Americans,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Gee recalls for her grandchildren what happened in 1960 in Nashville, Tennessee, when she, aged ten, passed out flyers while her cousin and other adults held sit-ins at restaurants and lunch counters to protest segregation.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Patricia C. McKissack ; illustrated Gordon C. James
    SeriesScraps of time
    ContributionsJames, Gordon C., ill
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.M478693 Ab 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination104 p. :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25037573M
    ISBN 109780439027977
    LC Control Number2011459707

      Through the eyes of ten-year-old Abby, young readers see what it was like to live through those days and they'll come to understand that, like a menu, freedom is about having choices. Each book in the series tells the story behind a different 'scrap of time;' together they form a patchwork quilt of one black family's past that stretches back Pages: Abby Takes a Stand (Hardcover) By Patricia C. McKissack, Pat McKissack, Gordon C. McKissack James. Each book in the series tells the story behind a different scrap of time;' together they form a patchwork quilt of one black family's past that stretches back for generations.

      Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Abby takes a stand by Pat McKissack; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Fiction, Race relations, Civil rights demonstrations, Segregation, History, African Americans; Places: Tennessee, Nashville (Tenn.); Times: 20th century. Maggie Rae and her cousins visit their grandmother's attic to find scraps of time, remembrances from her family's past. A menu from a Nashville restaurant provides the link to with its lunch-counter sit-ins and store boycotts. Grandmother (Abby) was ten years old that year and very much a part of those events. She experienced the ugliness of segregation, attended meetings, .

    Reese’s Book Club Abby Takes a Stand. By: Patricia C. McKissack. Narrated by Through the eyes of ten-year-old Abby, young listeners see what it was like to live through those days, and they'll come to understand that, like a menu, freedom is about having choices. Through the eyes of ten-year-old Abby, young readers see what it was like to live through those days and they’ll come to understand that, like a menu, freedom is about having choices. Each book in the series tells the story behind a different “scrap of time;” together they form a patchwork quilt of one black family’s past that stretches.


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The book, Scraps of Time, Abby Takes a Stand by Patricia C. McKissack, is a quick, succinct read depicting, from a year-old girls perspective, many important issues of the Civil Rights movement in Nashville/5.

"Abby Takes A Stand" provides a wonderful way to bring the civil rights movement to life for intermediate grade elementary school children.

The novel begins in the present day with Abby in the attic with her grandchildren. One of children discovers an old menu from The Monkey Bar, which sets up the main Abby takes a stand book. In this book Abby gets to take a step back into the past and show her grandchildren what she endure during the sixties at a time when segregation and riots were all over.

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The novel begins in the present day with Abby in the attic with her grandchildren.5/5(6). About Abby Takes a Stand. A historical chapter book series from three-time Coretta Scott King Award winner and Newbery Honor author, Patricia C. McKissack.

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[Pat McKissack; Gordon C James] -- Gee recalls for her grandchildren what happened in in Nashville, Tennessee, when she, aged ten, passed out flyers while her cousin and other adults held sit-ins at restaurants and lunch counters. Abby Takes a Stand by Patricia C. McKissack and Gordon C.

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"Abby Takes A Stand" provides a wonderful way to bring the civil rights movement to life for intermediate grade elementary school children. The novel begins in the present day with Abby in the attic with her grandchildren. One of children discovers an old menu from The Monkey Bar, which sets up the main story.5/5(2).

Learn abby takes stand literature with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 26 different sets of abby takes stand literature flashcards on Quizlet. A young black girl takes a journey back in time and experiences segregation first-hand in Nashville, "A perfect introduction to the time."—Horn Book Scraps of Time: Abby Takes a Stand Printables, Classroom Activities, Teacher Resources| “Abby Takes A Stand” is a story that a grandmother is telling her grandchildren.

In the story, the young girl, Abby, turns out to be her. The story is about segregation and the separation of blacks Read full review/5(4). Abby Takes a Stand by: Patricia C. McKissack Novel Study This is a complete, scaffolded novel study of the book Abby Takes a Stand. The novel study was designed to use with a small group of 4th graders, but could also be appropriate for 3rd or.

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This was a /5(4). Read to find out how Abby will take a stand in 's segregated Nashville. Abby learns all about peaceful resistance and protesting. Will it help end segregation.

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