Melody’s Songbook Of Freedom: A Look Back At The Songs That Helped Rewrite African American Black History

February 20, 2020 - Comment

Melody’s Songbook Of Freedom A Look Back At The Songs That Helped Rewrite African American Black History is the perfect companion for a black history reader. Our culturally relevant, culturally responsive pedagogy teaches K-5 students or Black History Books For Kids Age 12-14 to provide history, motivate learning, educate on the underground railroad and more.

Melody’s Songbook Of Freedom A Look Back At The Songs That Helped Rewrite African American Black History is the perfect companion for a black history reader. Our culturally relevant, culturally responsive pedagogy teaches K-5 students or Black History Books For Kids Age 12-14 to provide history, motivate learning, educate on the underground railroad and more.

In “Melody’s Songbook of Freedom” Melody visits the past to look at the songs that helped clear the way to a “land of freedom.” The book reviews songs that inspired the “Underground Railroad” helping slaves escape to a new life, and held the hidden codes that led others to the new life they had dreamed about.Children complete activities to help them learn the hidden power behind the music and discover why we still celebrate Black History Month today.

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