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Learning Tree

This book is about Gordon Parks
"Learning Tree" by Gordon Parks, first published in 1987, is a poignant and inspiring narrative that echoes the author's own experiences growing up as a Black man in America. Through the lens of a deeply personal family saga, Parks explores the themes of racial justice and the quest for identity amidst the turbulence of societal change. This novel not only captures the struggles and resilience of one family but also serves as a powerful reflection on how individuals can impact a society striving for equality. Ideal for middle-school readers, "Learning Tree" offers an accessible yet profound look into historical and ongoing struggles against racial injustice, encouraging young readers to ponder how they too can contribute to a more just world. As Parks beautifully demonstrates, understanding and change begin with the stories we share and the reflections they invoke.
Published by Fawcett on June 12, 1987
240 pages
ISBN: 9780449215043
Best for readers in Middle School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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