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The iconic story of a young fifteen-year-old girl who refused to give her seat up to a white woman on the bus, which led her to be shunned by her friends at school. The story of the girl who dared to challenge the word with Browder v. Gayle and changed the laws of segregation.
What makes this book stand out?
The book brings out many underlying factors of society and shows how they had been troubling so many people. This book is the tale of one girl who decided to do something about it.
Read it for
The book is a good book on how things changed for better.
Don't read it for
The book lacks the element of excitement, which is required to build up interest.