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|Susan from California||Slave Narrative from TX - folkloric (15)||RE: Slave Narrative from TX - folkloric||01 Sep 01|
There are several books I would like to recommend for those of you who still like the printed page. My favorite is "To Be a Slave", compiled by Julius Lester. I read it and cry, my students (7th & 8th grade) read it and are outraged. Many of the WPA narratives are available in book form also and they are amazing. I will check my classroom for titles if anyone is interested.