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Thank You, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.!
Mary Eloise is disappointed that the part she gets in the school play is that of Black History narrator--but two storytellers visit her school and change how she views her heritage.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Yearling
(first published 1990)
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A book I read last year,and it really taught me to be happy with myself. I was so surprised at how the characters changed throughout the book,and really saw a new light shed upon their skin color. i didn't realize that people may actually feel insecure with their skin color,even after the civil rights movement.