The People Remember

Zoboi, I.
Complex, socially significant conflicts have shaped the history of our world. And with compelling images and thought-provoking scenes, readers can see how people of colour have faced cruelty and unethical treatment through time in this book about hope, resilience, and identity. In a Grade 5–6 classroom, the book’s historically accurate events may educate students about African American culture and history, providing opportunities to discuss the lives of people who impacted society. The book’s unique lyrical prose style may encourage students to reflect on different writing styles, and its creative images may inspire classroom art lessons.
Arts Education
  • 5-6

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