Download ☆ On Our Way to Oyster Bay By Monica Kulling –

Download ☆ On Our Way to Oyster Bay  By Monica Kulling – Though Eight Year Old Aidan And His Friend Gussie Want To Go To School, Like Many Other Children In 1903, They Work Twelve Hours, Six Days A Week, At A Cotton Mill In Pennsylvania Instead So When The Millworkers Decide To Go On Strike, The Two Friends Join The Picket Line Maybe Now Life Will Change For Them But When A Famous Labor Reformer Named Mother Jones Comes To Hear Of The Millworkers Demands, She Tells Them They Need To Do Than Just Strike Troubled By All She Had Seen, Mother Jones Wanted To End Child Labor But What Could She Do Why, Organize A Children S March And Bring The Message Right To President Theodore Roosevelt At His Summer Home In Oyster Bay, Of Course

10 thoughts on “On Our Way to Oyster Bay

  1. Yoo Kyung Sung Yoo Kyung Sung says:

    These days, child labor is associated with certain countries Iqbal is an iconic character in children s books in terms of child labor and violation of children s rights Sometimes my students also respond child labor issue as others issue This book reminds that America also had time a period that children worked 13 hou

  2. Amy Lafleur Amy Lafleur says:

    Mother Jones s march to end child labor told through the stories of two children who want to go to school instead of working Kulling s book is fascinating and a great way to teach children about an important historical figure who I don t remembering about in school I had never heard of Mother Jones and the march to Theodore Roo

  3. Donna Maguire Donna Maguire says:

    I was attracted to this book after reading the summary I wanted to knowabout Mother Jones and her role in history It was a great introduction to this fascinating lady and I have now decided to look further in to her...

  4. Jasmine Jasmine says:

    Well that was historical I think American Girl did it better, though.

  5. Barbara Barbara says:

    Often, youngsters in today s classrooms assume that child labor issues are far removed from their world, and that only so called third world countries rely on child labor Of course, that isn t the case at all, and even many of the products we buy today have been produced through the labor of children This book tells the history of child labor practices in t

  6. Baby Bookworm Baby Bookworm says:

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, friends Today, we read On Our Way To Oyster Bay Mother Jones And Her March For Children s Rights, written by Monica Kulling and illustrated by Felicita Sala, a biographical picture book about Mary Harris Jones, a children s and workers rights activist at the

  7. Michelle Michelle says:

    Uses the point of view of two fictional children to explain the story of Mother Jones march for children s rights, a major event of the labor movement Story is told in simple text, withexplanations in the end matter which might be useful for older kids.However, illustrations feature almost exclusively white people And in the end matter there is some mention of locations where

  8. Stephanie Tournas Stephanie Tournas says:

    The 20th century child labor activist Mother Jones is introduced in this picture book offering Fictional cotton mill workers Aidan, 8 yrs old, and his friend Gussie participate in Mother Jones epic march in 1903 The march was intended to get the attention of President Theodore Roosevelt and the public on the subject of child labor The story follows the children and two hundred others as

  9. Carol Evans Carol Evans says:

    Good points Excellent introduction to Mother Jones and her cause To be honest, I had never heard of her before and found her fascinating.Told from a kid s point of view, allowing children to relateTakes others problems, like child labor, and reminds us that Americans have dealt with the same issuesVery good artwork, detailed and added to the storyIncludes factual information for parents adults at

  10. Kris - My Novelesque Life Kris - My Novelesque Life says:

    ON OUR WAY TO OYSTER BAY MOTHER JONES AND HER MARCH FOR CHILDREN S RIGHTWritten by Monica Kulling Illustrated by Felicita SalaSeptember 6, 2016 36 PagesKids Can PressGenre children s, picture book, history, children s right I received an ARC from the EDELWEISS in exchange for an honest review 1 2Mother Jones, Mary Harris Jones, was a teacher and also a dressmaker After the loss of her husband, children and

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