2 edition of White child. found in the catalog.
1973 in [n.p .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PZ4.A163 Wh, PS3551.B73 Wh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||74159099|
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White Kids is an intriguing title, but there are no villains here. Sociologist Margaret A. Hagerman details findings and observations of * Parents and children from 30 upper middle class white families * Whose children are middle school age * And live in one of three neighborhoods in Cited by: 4.
While this book is titled "raising white kids" it is actually a book everyone whose kids are in school with white kids should read as well - it gives a lot of insight into how white parents often shush or re-direct conversations of race and (unintentionally for the most part) further the superiority/inferiority narrative White child.
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Kim Leamy is approached by a stranger in a coffee shop in Australia. He tells her that he thinks that she is Sammy Went a child who disappeared from her home in Kentucky over 4/5.
In addition to writing children's books, E. White also wrote books for adults, as well as writing poems and essays, and drawing sketches for The New Yorker magazine. Some of his other books include: One Man's Meat, The White child. book Tree from the Corner, Letters of E. White, The Essays of E.
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