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by Stacia Deutsch

eBook King's Courage (Blast to the Past) download ISBN: 1424217156
Author: Stacia Deutsch
Publisher: Fitzgerald Books (August 1, 2008)
Language: English
ePub: 1120 kb
Fb2: 1180 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

The Blast to the Past gang gets the chance to impact civil rights when they meet Dr. Martin Luther King. Stacia Deutsch is the author of more than fifty children’s books, including the eight-book, award-winning chapter book series Blast to the Past.

The Blast to the Past gang gets the chance to impact civil rights when they meet Dr. She has also written the tween novel Mean Ghouls as well as books for the Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew and The Boxcar Children series. Stacia has been on the New York Times bestseller list for the novelizations of the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and The Smurfs movies. For new releases and school visit information visit StaciaDeutsch.

King's Courage (Blast t. .has been added to your Cart. What a terrific idea for a series of books! Co-Authors Stacia Deutsch and Rhody Cohon wrote this eight-book series and focus on different American historical figures - in this book, it is Martin Luther King Jr. Abigail, Zack, Jacob and Bo are classmates who have a very special social studies teacher - Mr. Caruthers. With the aid of his specially invented time travel computer, he has his four students travel back through time to convince Martin Luther King Jr. to not give up his dream.

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Comments: (5)
Damand
It’s another exciting Monday for Abigail, Zack, Jacob, and Bo—they are going to jump back to the past to meet Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.! The kids need to convince Dr. King not to get discouraged and to lead one of his famous voting rights marches. And they’ve got to do it with the twins’ baby brother, Gabe, in tow!
-from the book blurb

What a fun story. There is adventure and excitement as the kids meet Martin Luther King, Jr. and try to convince him not to give up on his dream. Along the way, facts are slipped in casually. I learned things I didn't know about the marches and Dr. King, but I didn't feel like I was reading a history textbook.

This is a great book for kids who think they don't like historical fiction. It reminded me a bit of the Magic Tree House series. The mix of facts and adventure is very well done. This is book 4 in the series (other historical figures include Washington, Lincoln, Disney, Alexander Graham Bell, Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross...)

Recommended to:
Students in grades 3-5 who like adventure, especially if they have an interest in a historical figure.
Cerana
What a terrific idea for a series of books! Co-Authors Stacia Deutsch and Rhody Cohon wrote this eight-book series and focus on different American historical figures - in this book, it is Martin Luther King Jr.

Abigail, Zack, Jacob and Bo are classmates who have a very special social studies teacher - Mr. Caruthers. With the aid of his specially invented time travel computer, he has his four students travel back through time to convince Martin Luther King Jr. to not give up his dream. They only have two hours to complete their mission, which gets extremely complicated when Zack and Jacob's younger brother, Gabe, needs to be babysat for the afternoon. Gabe grabs the computer and starts to disappear in a poof of green smoke into the time travel hole - the four classmates have no choice but to follow Gabe through the hole, find Gabe in the past, rescue the computer from him, and find Dr. King and convince him to continue on.

Did they find baby Gabe in 1965? Did baby Gabe trap them in the future by accidentally chewing on and breaking the computer? Did they join the march for voting rights? Did they find and convince Martin Luther King Jr. to not give up his dream? After all, they only have two hours to complete their mission! You will just have to read this action-packed very exciting book to find out what happens.

This book is chock full of history, including the historic voting rights march from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama. I was fifteen and remember watching all the news coverage on this historic event, and all the trouble Dr. King encountered, and what a burden he carried to win voting rights for black Americans with the heavy threat of violence always hanging over his head. I can still hear the song, "We shall overcome" in my memory and was so happy to see it included in this story.

What a great way for kids to learn about American history! I was fascinated! The black and white illustrations of Illustrator David Wenzel were peppered throughout the book in just the right spots - he sure can draw realistically and yet be kid-friendly at the same time.

Reviewed by: Gayle Jacobson-Huset, Managing Editor
Uthergo
What's not to like about the concept of this book? Time travel? Kids encountering MLK as a living person! It's a great idea and I would rate it higher if not for one fundamental issue that pops up a few times in the book. In the first few pages there is a reference to Malcolm X and violence. While it is true that Malcolm was open to the idea of violence, the book gives the impression that Malcolm was only interested in being violent. In this way Malcolm and Martin are pitted against one another. Of course, there is some validity to the comparison, but only some. Malcolm was much more complicated and necessary for the Civil Rights movement than the book suggests. And it is more accurate to identify Malcolm as an advocate of self-defense.

The book does not tell you that Martin said of him that "while we did not always see eye to eye on methods to solve the race problem, I always had a deep affection for Malcolm and felt that he had a great ability to put his finger on the existence and the root of the problem." It also doesn't share Malcolm's thoughts on the March on Washington. Malcolm said, "I don't agree with it, but I am going to be there, brother, 'cause that's where I belong." More scholarly texts, James Cone's Malcolm and Martin for example, have the perspective that Malcolm and Martin were complimentary.

I would encourage a child to read this book if I knew that I had the time to talk more truthfully about Malcolm without vilifying him in the process, like the media did during the movement.
Tane
We love this series! My kids are telling anyone who will listen all about Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation or about Alexander Graham Bell and the lightbulb. They are similar to the MAGIC TREE HOUSE series but written for a slightly more sophisticated reader.
Kaim
This is an amazing book, and I suggest everyone should read it. It is for all ages and is very well done.

I've read all the books, and this is the best yet!