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* "This [novel] grows with convincing detail of character and situation, punctuated by tension-building incidents ... Entirely through its own internal development, the novel shows the rich inner rewards of black pride, love, and independence."--Booklist, starred review

"The events and setting of the powerful novel are presented with such verisimilitude and the characters are so carefully drawn that one might assume the book to be autobiographical, if the author were not so young."--The Horn Book
"The strong, clear-headed Logan family... are drawn with quiet affection and their actions tempered with a keen sense of human fallibility."--Kirkus Reviews, pointer review

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Par Trevor M. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Teaching in a primarily white school district(which is just a fact, not a problem), I enjoy teaching novels that bring knowledge of various groups' struggles, beliefs, and similarities that lead to the fact that "we are not as different as some choose to think." In teaching Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird, I felt that my students felt sorry for Tom Robinson, but we needed to have a better understanding of where Tom was coming from. The two novels are very similar in settings, themes, point of view being that of a young girl, conflicts, and overall emotional impact they have on their readers. Kids love Little Man's strength that stretches beyond his size. They admire Stacey's confidence and loyalty to his family, friends, and people. Readers view T.J. with hatred, then confusion, and finally sympathy to this lost child...who can be compared with Harper Lee's Tom Robinson. Many of my students can relate to Jeremy Simms, who respects & enjoys the Logan family more than his own. And then there's Cassie, the narrator. Kids find Cassie to be the most complex of the Logans. Taylor presents Cassie as someone who is naive to discrimination(for lack of a better term). Often my students would write that they wished they could jump into the pages of the text and explain to Cassie what was going on so they could save her from further problems, as we see Big Ma do. My kids also wanted to just "give her a big hug." This book is a great read aloud & the sequels to follow are good as well. Let the Circle be Unbroken is #2 and also goes well with Harper's Tom Robinson's fate. The Road to Memphis is #3 and good as well, although I found the first two the best!
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HASH(0x98da7a08) étoiles sur 5 Great style, brilliant book overall 2 décembre 1999
Par Jingletown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
There have been so many great reviews for this book, I can't really say much that hasn't been touched on. However, in response to the two reviews before me, I cannot possibly see their point-of-view. Roll of Thunder reads very much like a fourth grader's work, in the sense that the narrator is nine years old. Taylor is *brilliant* at giving Cassie credibility as a narrator and the reader is privileged to see the events of the story through her eyes. I love every page of this book and have read it over again a hundred times. The "slow" opening actually gives us a clear picture of the setting and the character traits of those people who shape Cassie's world. I do not understand how people can not see this.
I read this book on my own in third grade, and read it in school in eighth grade, so I think it has a good range of ages. I'm in college and I still like re-reading it. There are a lot of good themes/issues to explore with your kids or students if you read this book with them.
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HASH(0x98da7e40) étoiles sur 5 Well-Crafted Tale Told With Skill 14 juillet 2001
Par Ricky Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mildred D. Taylor's Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry is a beautifully told tale spoken with the fine voice of its young narrator, Cassie Logan. It is the story of the Logan family and their struggle to maintain both their small piece of land and their dignity in one tumultuous year, two things not permitted a black family in Mississippi in the early decaces of this century. The author brilliantly captures the times of which she writes but, even more important, captures the people she writes about. There are not characters here who can be simply called victims or survivors or fighters or any other single term. These are fully developed personalities, particulary the children, that speak with authentic and complicated voices and spool out a tale that is heart breaking with equal parts despair and hope. A wonderful book for children.
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HASH(0x97343228) étoiles sur 5 Excellent! Don't leave this one on the shelf! 25 avril 2002
Par Jonny D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In a word I can describe this book as amazing. This book is about the Logans-a Black family-living in Mississippi in the 1930's who overcome racial segregation and bias, struggle to stand up to their white neighbors, and fight to keep their land. The land is the center of the Logans love toward each other. Their land is what holds the family together and keeps them from spreading apart. The story is written in Cassie's-the main character-point of view and how she sees things. Taylor does a great job in maneuvering Cassie so she can overhear certain conversations that are important to the books development of the conflict, and the resolution. Throughout the novel the Logans go through a Bus accident, a little girl that finally gets her revenge, and a great sacrifice that no one will ever forget.

I was introduced to this book when it was assigned as a literature study in my English class. Though I, along with others, groaned when the assignment was made, I have greatly taken that moan back. Once I started, I couldn't stop. The author's supense, humor, setting, and a great use of southern dialect for the dialogue make this book a hard one to put down. Though I have only read this book once, I plan to read it many, many times in the future. Take my advice, this book is unbelivable. Don't let the dust gather on it too much longer; it deserves to be read and cherished.
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HASH(0x9734330c) étoiles sur 5 stirring and profound 1 janvier 2011
Par S. L. - Publié sur Amazon.com
My fourth grade teacher, Ms. Bultheis, gave this book to me as a going away present before my family and I moved to Africa. A gift from a beloved teacher is always unforgettable to a child, but this book truly made an indelible mark on my young, impressionable mind. Because variety in reading materials was so scarce in the interior where we lived, I read this book no less than fifty times from ages 10-14. I came to anticipate the words on each page like a familiar friend and became fully acquainted with the amazing family characters that are portrayed within its pages. I believe that Mildred D. Taylor is an artist with words. Her writing is powerful and haunting. It has been my joy to share this book with my own children who have also come to love Papa, Mama, Big Ma, Mr. Morrison, Stacey, Christopher John, Little Man, and Cassie Logan. I imagined myself as one of their family, or at least, a very close friend.

The story takes the reader through a year of nine-year-old Cassie Logan's life. Living in Mississippi in the 1930s, life was often cruel and unjust to Cassie and her African American family and friends. I felt the ache of longing for justice over the fact that Cassie and her brothers had to walk several miles to school while the white children taunted them from their bus, whose driver daily tried to run Cassie and her brothers into the muddy, water-filled gullies along the side of the road. I laughed with delight at the siblings' clever and successful plot of revenge against their taunters. I shivered with horror over the barbaric act carried out by the men who burned members of the Berry family over a false accusation and got away with it. I relished the way the Logans truly loved each other and took care of one another, grateful that I could relate in my own relationships with my parents and siblings.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough. It is wrapped up in the nostalgia of my childhood when I was just beginning to think for myself. It greatly influenced me. I am always looking for thought-provoking, noble literature to read to my own children. It is a wonderful book to read out loud to children ages eight and older. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry is a masterpiece of storytelling at its very best.
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