by Scott Foresman .
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The Bus Ride is a sweet story about a little girl’s bus ride with a group of animal passengers, including a goat who offers her a flower, a little wolf with whom she shares cookies, and a pickpocket fox/5(16). The Bus Ride written by William Miller and illustrated by John Ward is a wonderfully written and illustrated book about a small black girl who makes a big difference in an unfair world. All of her short life she is forced to sit in the back of the bus when riding it/5. The Bus Ride Back is a story about redemption and romance. Author Carastro is surprisingly candid about his missteps and the resulting consequences. The ensuing love story is that much sweeter because of the trials endured. This book is a reminder that anyone can turn their life around if you are doggedly determined Reviews: The Bus Ride 0th Edition by Anne McLean (Author), Leslie Wolf (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(1).
The Bus Ride. This book is a fictionalized version of Rosa Parks’s historic stand on December 1, , when she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. William Miller, author of The Bus Ride, has retold the story from the point of view of a young girl named Sara. The Energy Bus, an international bestseller, takes readers on an enlightening and inspiring ride that reveals ten secrets for approaching life and work with the kind of positive, forward thinking that leads to true accomplishment—at work and at home. Everyone faces by: 2. THE BUS RIDE1 by Sahar Sabati I had finished my night shift in the ER and was on my way home. I actually was a full two hours early, as I had gone off for break so late that I File Size: 56KB. This story is built around the historical event of Rosa Parks of the famous bus ride. It helps to give children a taste of a part of important history in America. The illustrations are simple and created in a somewhat cartoon-like style; which I find to be child-friendly/5.
The award-winning author and artist, William Miller and John Ward, poignantly portray a child who discovers the courage of her convictions. With its inspiring introduction by Rosa Parks, The Bus Ride is a timely reminder for readers of all ages that no act Brand: Lee & Low Books, Inc. "Last Bus to Wisdom" is a story of looking forward for the narrator, an eleven year old boy, Donal Cameron, and of looking back for the author. After many Roses In The Snow Of Long Ago "Last Bus To Wisdom" tells a story of memory and has an appropriate valedictory feel 4/5. The award-winning author and artist, William Miller and John Ward, poignantly portray a child who discovers the courage of her convictions. With its inspiring introduction by Rosa Parks, The Bus Ride is a timely reminder for readers of all ages that no act is too small when it comes to confronting injustice. The interior of the bus covers each two-page spread, and award-winning author-illustrator Marianne Dubuc uses subtle colors and tiny details to draw in youngsters to the activity happening there.