In Mildred Taylor’s sequel to Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry life isn’t easy for the black farming Logan family in a 1930s small town in Mississippi. Through the eyes of the Logan children witness their struggles with racial tensions for their black and biracial family members, the abject poverty of sharecrop farming, the appalling injustices of an all-white court system and the coming of age struggles they all face in world overtly hostile to them all.
The Let the Circle Be Unbroken Study Pack contains:
The author of ten novels for young readers, Mildred D. Taylor shares pride in her racial heritage and provides historical fiction about life for black Americans in her award-winning series of novels a...
Mildred Taylor rose to prominence as an author of children's books in the mid 1970s. With the publication of her novel Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (1976) and its subsequent winning of the Newbery Me...