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M is for movement : AKA humans can't eat golf balls

Author: Innosanto Nagara
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories Press, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Here is the story of a child born at the dawn of a social movement. At first the protests were in small villages and at universities. But then they spread. People drew sustenance from other social movements in other countries. And then the unthinkable happened. The protagonist in this fictionalized children's memoir is a witness and a participant, fearful sometimes, brave sometimes too, and when things change, this
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Genre/Form: Picture books
Informational works
Biographies
Autobiographies
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Innosanto Nagara
ISBN: 9781609809355 1609809351
OCLC Number: 1085581758
Description: 95 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Other Titles: AKA humans can't eat golf balls
Responsibility: by Innosanto Nagara.

Abstract:

"Here is the story of a child born at the dawn of a social movement. At first the protests were in small villages and at universities. But then they spread. People drew sustenance from other social movements in other countries. And then the unthinkable happened. The protagonist in this fictionalized children's memoir is a witness and a participant, fearful sometimes, brave sometimes too, and when things change, this child who is now an adult is as surprised as anyone"--

"Here is the story of the social movement that bestselling children's book author and illustrator Innosanto Nagara witnessed as a child growing up in Jakarta and how it overturned the government of Indonesia. People, everyday people, were not happy with their government. At first the protests were at the universities. But then they spread. People drew sustenance from other social movements in other countries. And then the unthinkable happened. The protagonist in this fictionalized children's memoir is a witness and a participant, fearful sometimes, brave sometimes too, and by the time change comes, this child who is now an adult, is as surprised as anyone"--

People, everyday people, were not happy with their government. At first the protests were at the universities, but then they spread. People drew sustenance from other social movements in other countries. And then the unthinkable happened.... As a child growing up in Jakarta, Nagara witnessed the social movement that overturned the government of Indonesia; in this fictionalized children's memoir he is both a witness and a participant. -- adapted from publisher info

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