The Civil Rights Movement Through Angel’s Eyes
Debut young adult novelist challenges, inspires, and educates by bringing a historical, life-changing era into today’s conversation.
They’re thrown into the racial injustice that is about to explode before Civil Rights comes to the Deep South.
The title character, Angel Dunbar, will be humiliated, spat upon, beaten and left for dead. She will also fall in love, but with a dangerous twist. See what happens when the city of Birmingham, Alabama is ignited Through Angel’s Eyes.
This powerful novel about the Civil Rights era offers an explosive journey through one of the most divisive times in American history and is being lauded as a must-read for all young adults, and the conversation starter every family needs.
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“Great book with really nice flow and character development lessons. I picked out my favorite passage - it's the passage about being born with a conscience and your conscience being like scissors - strong message. I think the kids are really going to like this!” – Amazon reviewer
“…I think the book is an excellent piece of fiction for young minds to read who are studying the Civil Rights Movement in America. The book offers a personal insight to the struggles that young people encountered during the early stages of the movement...”
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Steve Theunissen is a 47-year-old middle school teacher who lives in Tauranga, New Zealand. Steve combined his passion for fitness with his love of writing as he forged a career as a freelance fitness writer. From there he branched out to produce books about his next great passion – U.S. history. Through Angel’s Eyes, Steve’s first novel, draws upon his life-long study of the Civil Rights movement.
Title: Through Angel’s Eyes
Author: Steve Theunissen
Published date: May 2012
ISBN: 978- 1618973740
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing