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Claudette Colvin : twice toward justice / by Phillip Hoose. [print]

By: Hoose, Phillip M, 1947- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Square Fish, [(c)2011, 2009. Edition: 1st Square Fish edDescription: 150 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780312661052; 0312661053; 9780374302368; 0374302367Subject(s): Colvin, Claudette, 1939- -- Juvenile literature | Colvin, Claudette, 1939- | Colvin, Claudette, 1939- -- Juvenile literature | Colvin, Claudette, 1939- | African Americans -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | African American civil rights workers -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | African American teenage girls -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | African Americans -- Segregation -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- History -- Juvenile literature | Segregation in transportation -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- History -- Juvenile literature | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature | African Americans -- Biography | Women -- Biography | African American civil rights workers | African Americans -- Segregation -- History | Segregation in transportation -- History | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Biography | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century | African Americans -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | African American civil rights workers -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | African American teenage girls -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | African Americans -- Segregation -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- History -- Juvenile literature | Segregation in transportation -- Alabama -- Montgomery -- History -- Juvenile literature | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature | African Americans -- Biography | Women -- Biography | African American civil rights workers | African Americans -- Segregation -- History | Segregation in transportation -- History | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Biography | Montgomery (Ala.) -- Race relations -- History -- 20th centuryLOC classification: F334.H789.C538 2011F334.M753.H789.C538 2011COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Jim Crow and the detested number ten Coot ; "We seemed to hate ourselves" ; "It's my constitutional right!" ; "There's the girl who got arrested" ; "Crazy" times ; "Another Negro woman has been arrested" ; Second front, second chance.
Browder volume Gayle Rage in Montgomery.
Awards: Newbery Honor Book, 2010. | National Book Award in Young People's Literature, 2009. | Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Honor, 2010. | Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, 2010.Summary: Presents the life of the Alabama teenager who played an integral role in the Montgomery bus strike, once by refusing to give up a bus seat, and again, by becoming a plaintiff in the landmark civil rights case against the bus company.
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Fiction F 334 .M753 C6554 2011 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001755947

Originally published: New York : Melanie Kroupa Books, 2009.

Presents the life of the Alabama teenager who played an integral role in the Montgomery bus strike, once by refusing to give up a bus seat, and again, by becoming a plaintiff in the landmark civil rights case against the bus company.

COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:

Newbery Honor Book, 2010.

National Book Award in Young People's Literature, 2009.

Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Honor, 2010.

Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, 2010.

Part One: First Cry

Jim Crow and the detested number ten Coot ; "We seemed to hate ourselves" ; "It's my constitutional right!" ; "There's the girl who got arrested" ; "Crazy" times ; "Another Negro woman has been arrested" ; Second front, second chance.

Part Two: Playing for Keeps

Browder volume Gayle Rage in Montgomery.

Epilogue: History's Door.

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