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We March - Cover
We March
Shane W. Evans, Roaring Brook Press, New York 2012
With simple words and soft, gentle pictures, we follow a young boy waking up, getting dressed, packing lunch, and riding the bus with his parents to Washington DC - where they sing, listen to leaders, and march together for freedom. Beautiful and rich, even 3- and 4-year-olds will understand the power of participation and community in this story about the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. A Jane Addams Honor award book.

Ages: Play Years (2-4), Transition (4-5)
Languages: English
Book Types: Story Book
Identity Groups: African American
Special Topics: Activism, Banned Books (Recent), Knowing Our History (School Age)
Strands: Creative Conflict Resolution & Sense of Justice