Ten-year-old Bud's roots grow strong through the wisdom he remembers from his mother and through the "rules and things" that he creates during harrowing challenges he encounters as a foster child. When he decides to take wing to find his father, he discovers his courage, perseverance, creativity, and compassion provide the strength to go forward. *
This is the most profound piece of historical fiction literature of The Great Depression available. It will be laugh-out-loud funny on one page and then touching, frightening, sad, hopeful and back to laugh-out-loud funny on the next. It puts a precious face on the Great Depression that your students will never forget. The classroom literature activities guide is now available in Kids' Wings' Great Depression Literature download.
Great Depression Internet Extensions
with Christopher Paul Curtis
A Kids Wings 52-page Literature Guide for The Great Depression includes units ofr Bud, Not Buddy, Rudy Rides the Rails, Wingwalker, and Leah's Pony. They are perfect for lesson plans, handouts, or projection on your electronic board. Order and receive the literature guides in an instant download! We guarantee you'll love them! Sample Page
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