Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lucie E. White and Jeremy Perelman ; with a foreword by Jeffrey D. Sachs and Lisa E. Sachs|
|Series||Stanford studies in human rights, Stanford studies in human rights|
|LC Classifications||JC599.A36 S76 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780804769198, 9780804769204|
|LC Control Number||2010030289|
This book was very interesting. My favorite part was when a guy pulled out 5 stones and each one of then mean 1 thing. They were smooth and Hope called them, "The Five Smooth Stones" I recomend this book to Alex S. and to all of my other friends who are reading/5. The Secrets of Lost Stones is a magical book, and not just because it has sprinklings of magical realism throughout. Rather, this story instills hope and the belief that it’s possible to overcome what can feel like the most impossible of situations. Few books have left me so moved/5(K). This is an extended review of this important contribution to the scholarship of the Civil Rights movement in the United States. David Chappells book A Stone of Hope examines the philosophy of the civil rights movement from its foundation of prophetic religion/5. "Stones of Hope is a terrific book that should be required reading for anyone interested in pragmatic advocacy for economic and social rights [It] provides the rare experience of reading a book that is simultaneously inspiring, analytical, and provocative.
Five Smooth Stones: Hope's Diary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is the first diary in a projected series of books that will follow the adventures of nine-year-old Hope, her family, and friends as they live through the American Revolution. A Stone of Hope is more than an incredible coming-of-age story; told with a degree of candor that requires the deepest courage, it is also a rallying cry. No one is who they are going to be—or capable of being—at sixteen. A Stone of Hope is an inspiring challenge for every American. About the Author Jim St. Germain is the cofounder of Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow (PLOT), a nonprofit organization that provides mentoring to at-risk youth; and a board member with the National Juvenile Defender Center/5(48). My America: Five Smooth Stones: Hope's Diary, Philadelphia, Book One, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania By Kristiana Gregory. Grades. Genre. Fiction. As tensions rise between the Tories and Patriots in , Hope's life becomes more and more confusing.
A Stone of Hope book. Read 32 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the tradition of The Other Wes Moore and Just Mercy, a searing m /5. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “An inspiring story of coming back from cancer and learning to cherish every moment.”—People “I have breast cancer.” When Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach revealed her shocking diagnosis on live television in November , the seasoned news reporter embarked on the most difficult and illuminating journey of her life. Five Smooth Stones was a great book. I really liked how they wrote it like a diary. I liked the part of the book when Hope's brother Ethan made a small wooden box to put her quill pen in so the cat wouldn't get it. I also liked it when Hope wanted to make her little sister middle name be strawberry/5(6). This was the first book that changed my life, the first book that made real a world beyond my sheltered, all-white suburban experience. It's also an insanely romantic love story, which made the bitter pill of its message (about race in America in the Civil Rights era) a lot easier for my year-old throat to swallow/5.