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[Read] ➯ Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation  By Pat Sherman – Hakkas.us
  • Unknown Binding
  • 32 pages
  • Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation
  • Pat Sherman
  • English
  • 18 November 2017
  • 9780802853196

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  1. says:

    At first I thought this was just a story about an event that might have been, but Benjamin Holmes was a real person Young Ben can read but must keep his ability a secret lest he be punished, as in pre Civil War Charleston slaves are not allowed to read Little does he know how important reading will be after the Emancipation Proclamation is issued I loved the...


  2. says:

    Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation is based on the true story of Benjamin Holmes, a slave who read The Message of Abraham Lincoln to the men in a slave prison where he was being held Readers learn that Ben s father taught him the alphabet and issued the warning Don t let them know you can read Ben s father is sold and sent to parts unknown, but Ben continues his education in secret at the urging of his mother when he is apprenticed to a tailor in Charleston Once the Civil War reaches Charleston, Ben is sent to the overcrowded slave prison to await sale It is in this crowded room, that he reads the Emancipation Proclamation and receives a jubilant response for two reasons.This story has beautifully illustrated oil paintings by Floyd Cooper The sepia tones throughout are reminiscent of old pictures and add to the sense of authenticity Through subtle and careful narration, author Pat Sherman helps readers understand the dangers of Ben s knowledge While on an errand, a store clerk hands him Pearl s Soap instead of Pear s Soap Ben has to correct her by asking for the yellow box, not the blue one This picture book would fit into a unit on the Civil War With scaffolding and discussion, Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation could be used to help students develop historical empathy Themes of separation from family, literacy, and perseverance are in the forefront But the story could also inspire young or struggling readers to improve through hard work Reading the author s note, y...


  3. says:

    Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation is a children s picture book written by Pat Sherman and illustrated by Floyd Cooper It is a cursory biography about the childhood of Benjamin Holmes, who secretly learned how to read, when it was illegal to do so for slaves.February, at least in my part of the world is Black History Month, which I plan to read one children s book, particularly a biography, which pertains to the subject everyday this month Therefore, I thought that this book would be apropos for today.Benjamin Holmes was a 19th century South Carolina slave who later became a teacher, news correspondent, and Fisk Jubilee Singer after emancipation He was a slave to a tailor, but was eventually sent to a slave pen when his owners left the city to get away from the upcoming war and could not bring him along He was eventually freed by the Union in 1863.Sherman s text is rather simplistic, straightforward, and informative It details what the life of Benjamin Holmes as a child slave in South Carolina to a family of tailors It shows the ingenuity of him in learning how to read while keeping it secret, as it was illegal for sl...


  4. says:

    Ben and the Emancipation Proclamation by Pat Sherman is an uplifting story that can be used in the classroom by educators to teach children about the times of slavery and the Emancipation Proclamation Children can see a different perspective of a young child trying to learn how to read, and will learn that it wasn t always available to everyone Thro...


  5. says:

    What an excellent story It shows the determination of one small boy to learn to read despite the dangers His life is an amazing story of helping others I can t wait to read the Additional Sources listed in the back It also lists websites The Emancipation Proclamation www.archives.gov exhibits featured_do Fisk Universitywww.fisk.edu page.asp id 115 The Jubilee Singers Sacrifice and Glorywww.pbs.org wgbh amex singers filmmor The South Carolina Information Highway ww...


  6. says:

    Awards the book has received if any n aAppropriate grade level s 3rd 7thOriginal summary Based on true events, Ben is a young slave who teaches himself how to read He reads Lincoln s new emancipation proclamation aloud to other slaves and they burst out in cheers Original review This story is historic and inspirational for all readers Its illustrations reflect on the emoti...


  7. says:

    Well written story tells of a slave boy who must hide his growing literacy and the events immediately following the freeing of the slaves An interesting slice of life biography from the childhood of one of the Jubilee singers, Benjamin Holmes Based on a true story Warm, painterly illustrations.


  8. says:

    This is a biographical picture book on the life of Benjamin C Holmes He was a black slave who learned to read and write with very little instruction initially His life provides a perspective on slaverly that is different from many others The focus is mostly on his learning to read rather than the end of slavery This is very relatable for early elementary students It would be easy to incorporate making newspaper hats into a lesson to accompany this book or chocolate gold coins as they ar...


  9. says:

    A moving account based on actual events about a slave boy who taught himself to read, after being taught the alphabet by his father During the Civil War, the tailor he was apprenticed to fled their home in Charleston, and Ben was sent to a slave prison While there a fellow slave got access to a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation, which Ben was able to ...


  10. says:

    Nonfiction Twin Text 4I paired this book with Frederick Douglass Abolitionist Hero Childhood of Famous Americans The reason I paired these together was because both of these people were slaves and knew were learning how to read, although it was forbidden The fiction book talks about Douglass learning how to read, although it was taboo to attempt this, so does Ben in the nonfiction book Both of these children had somewhat similar experiences growing up because they were...

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