With the might of angels: Dear America, the diary of Dawnie Rae Johnson

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Scholastic Audiobooks,
Pub. Date:
[2011]
Language:
English
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Coretta Scott King winner Andrea Davis Pinkney brings her talents to a brand-new Dear America diary about the Civil Rights Movement. NARRATOR: TBA FORMAT: 4 CDs, Unabridged In the fall of 1955, twelve-year-old Dawn Rae Johnson's life turns upside down. After the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, Dawnie learns she will be attending a previously all-white school. She's the only one of her friends to go to this new school and to leave the comfort of all that is familiar to face great uncertainty in the school year ahead. However, not everyone supports integration and much of the town is outraged at the decision. Dawnie must endure the harsh realities of racism firsthand, while continuing to work hard to get a good education and prove she deserves the opportunity. But the backlash against Dawnie's attendance of an all-white school is more than she's prepared for.
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subject_facet African Americans -- Juvenile fiction, Diaries -- Juvenile fiction, Families -- Virginia -- Juvenile fiction, Fiction, Literature, Race relations -- Juvenile fiction, School integration -- Juvenile fiction, Schools -- Juvenile fiction, Sound recordings, Talking books -- Juvenile literature, Virginia -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile fiction
title_display With the might of angels Dear America, the diary of Dawnie Rae Johnson
title_full With the might of angels [sound recording] : Dear America, the [second] diary of Dawnie Rae Johnson / Andrea Davis Pinkney
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