The Fierce 44: Black Americans Who Shook Up the World

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The Fierce 44 is a cool book about forty-four black Americans who stood against slavery or did something people thought that no black man/woman could do. I think this book is perfect for kids who like black history, however, I think it’s more for thirteen-year-olds. Some of the words I did not know. I think that there should be a definition table about what words mean. You can learn two people a day and admire the artwork while learning. I learned a lot of new people like Stevie Wonder, Benjamin O. Davis Sr., and Jean Michel Basquiat and some further history like how Jesse Owens humiliated Hitler. In my opinion, I think it is a really good book for black history, and maybe next time it can go to fifty people.

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Author The Staff of The Undefeated
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 96 pages
Publisher HMH Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2019-12-24
ISBN 9781328940629
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Issue April 2020
Category Early Reader


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