First Name: Sirius
Age: 9
Book Title: Kid Activists
Author: Robin Stevenson
Non-Fiction Genres: Biography
Write three (3) sentences which describe the Setting of the book. Be sure use descriptive words.: The book is set in lots of different places. They are in real times of trouble, it is a nonfiction book. My favorite, Martin Luther King Jr’s story, began in Atlanta, Georgia.
List all of the main characters in the book, and share a little bit of information about each character.: It is about a lot of child activists. There are: Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, Harvey Milk, Dolores Huerta, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr, James Baldwin, Nelson Mandela, Emma Watson, Janet Mock, Helen Keller, Alexander Hamilton, Ruby Bridges, Iqbal Masih, Malala Yousafzai, and Autumn Peltier.
If there was a problem presented in the book, write three (3) sentences about it. Otherwise, write three sentences about your favorite part of the book.: There were lots of problems in the book. Martin Luther King Jr’s story was my favorite. My favorite part was when it said that he used to trick his piano teacher by unscrewing the legs of the piano stool.
If there was a problem presented in the book, write three (3) sentences about how the problem was solved. If there was not problem, write three sentences about what you would have liked to have seen in the book that the author did not include.: It was a really good book, and it’s hard to think of something more that I would’ve liked. Good books make me sad when they end, so I suppose it could be the book that never ends. But that’s a little too much to ask of authors, isn’t it.
How did this book make you feel? Write three (3) sentences describing the feelings you had, when reading the book.: I got it for christmas. I felt sad when I read about children having to work in dangerous factories. Things like that seem like so long ago, but really, they were scarily recent.
Star Rating: 5
Write three (3) sentences describing why you gave this book this rating.: I really enjoyed the book. I like the illustrations. I like how it had funny parts, like how Helen Keller stole a whole cake and ate it with a friend, or how Martin Luther King Jr used to prank his piano teacher.
Book Report: Kid Activists by Robin Stevenson