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Out of Bounds: Seven Stories of Conflict and Hope

This book is about Beverley Naidoo
"Out of Bounds: Seven Stories of Conflict and Hope" offers a poignant glimpse into the harrowing era of apartheid in South Africa through the eyes of its youngest witnesses. Authored by Carnegie Medalist Beverley Naidoo, this compelling collection, published on June 17, 2008, dives into the lives of young individuals from various racial backgrounds, each story unfolding in a different decade from 1948 to 2000. Naidoo masterfully crafts narratives that reveal the stark realities and tough choices faced by youths in a land steeped in racial injustice and segregation. Ideal for middle school readers, this book not only educates about racial justice and indigenous rights but also celebrates the resilience and hope of young people in the face of systemic oppression. "Out of Bounds" invites readers to explore how the spirit of youth can play a pivotal role in challenging and overcoming boundaries of inequality. Will you see the past through their eyes and be inspired to shape a future where justice prevails?
Published by HarperCollins on June 17, 2008
208 pages
ISBN: 9780060508012
Best for readers in Middle School
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