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by Marlene Carvell
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. International Reading Association Children's Book Award Winner Determined to sway high school officials to remove disparaging Indian mascots.
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Marlene Carvell's striking first novel is a timely look at a true story of a mixed-race teen caught up in. .This book was a BOMB.
Marlene Carvell's striking first novel is a timely look at a true story of a mixed-race teen caught up in an exploration of his past, his culture, and his identity. This is about racism and stereotypes. Its about a teenager, in high-school and he wants the school to get ride of Indian mascots.
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Evan is a typical high-school student who chooses an a-typical, unpopular position: to ask the PTA to withdraw his . More Young Adult . More by marlene carvell.
Evan is a typical high-school student who chooses an a-typical, unpopular position: to ask the PTA to withdraw his school's Indian mascot.
Who Will Tell My Brother? is a 2002 young adult novel by Marlene Carvell. Evan, a Native American teenage boy, tries to get rid of his high school's Native American mascot because it is racist to so many cultures. His brother was the first one to try to do it when he was in high school, but he failed. While trying to get rid of the mascot, Evan has to deal with violence, name calling, and bullying.
Marlene Carvell, the author of "Who Will Tell my Brother?" puts great detail in describing the actions of the characters. It's about a senior boy who tries to change the school mascot. The school disagrees with his disions and treat him diffent. com User, January 26, 2003. We read this book in our freshman English class. I am proud to say that the book was based on events that happened at our school and that Mrs. Carvell works in our district so my class was able to ask her questions regarding these events. Thanks to her son's determination the mascot issue has been resolved in our school.
Marlene Carvell writes about issues that have faced Native-American teens, both historically and in modern times. Her first novel, Who Will Tell My Brother?, confronts the issue of racism with regard to sports mascots. The novel was loosely based on her two sons' experiences during their high-school years. Who Will Tell My Brother? is told through free verse by narrator Evan Hill, a high-school senior trying to have his school's mascot changed. He is from a half-Mohawk family and feels that the school's Indian sports mascot is racist.
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Who Will Tell My Brother? (2002) Sweetgrass Basket (2005) Caught Between the Pages (2008).
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