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Fishing Day - Andrea Davis Pinkney
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Reenie and her mama love to go fishing down by the river. But the peace of their idyllic fishing spot is often marred by the appearance of Peter Troop and his daddy. Peter is up-jumpy and loud, scaring the fish away. And the Troops harbor some resentment toward them, too. Peter and his daddy are fishing for food; Reenie and Mama fish for fun. The Troops are white; Reenie and Mama are black. And in the Jim Crow South, it is this last difference that is most significant. One day, when the Troops'' fishing reel breaks, Reenie overcomes their mutual fear and mistrust to help Peter-an act that holds the promise of friendship and understanding. This is a moving story about two children crossing boundaries of race, class, and gender, and about small acts that make a big difference. Andrea Davis Pinkney, Books, Fishing Day Books This picture book tells a poignant story about race relations in the Jim Crow-era South, as two children cross the boundaries of race, class, and gender to hold on to the promise of friendship and understanding. Full color.

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Fishing Day - Pinkney, Andrea Davis / Evans, Shane W.
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Reenie and her mama love to go fishing down by the river. But the peace of their idyllic fishing spot is often marred by the appearance of Peter Troop and his daddy. Peter is up-jumpy and loud, scaring the fish away. And the Troops harbor some resentment toward them, too. Peter and his daddy are fishing for food; Reenie and Mama fish for fun. The Troops are white; Reenie and Mama are black. And in the Jim Crow South, it is this last difference that is most significant. One day, when the Troops' fishing reel breaks, Reenie overcomes their mutual fear and mistrust to help Peter-an act that holds the promise of friendship and understanding. This is a moving story about two children crossing boundaries of race, class, and gender, and about small acts that make a big difference. Fishing Day Pinkney, Andrea Davis / Evans, Shane W., Jump at the Sun

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Fishing Day - Andrea Davis Pinkney
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When Reenie and her mother, who are African Americans, go fishing, Reenie decides to share the secret of their success with their needy white neighbors. african-american,children's,children's books,difficult discussions,friendship social skills and school life,geography and cultures,growing up and facts of life,literature and fiction,multicultural stories,multiculturalism Sports & Outdoors, Hyperion Books for Children

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Fishing Day

This picture book tells a poignant story about race relations in the Jim Crow-era South, as two children cross the boundaries of race, class, and gender to hold on to the promise of friendship and understanding. Full color.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780786807666
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0786807660
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion

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ISBN/EAN: 9780786807666

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0-7868-0766-0, 978-0-7868-0766-6


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