The Journal Of Joshua Loper, A Black Cowboy, The Chisholm Trail, 1871

Title of Book: The Journal Of Joshua Loper, A Black Cowboy, The Chisholm Trail, 1871
Author: Walter Dean Myers
Series: My Name is America
Genres: Children, Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Diary,
Publisher: Scholastic
Pub Date: April 1, 1999 (160 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover
Contact Author: Goodread Profile

Synopsis:
Two-time Newbery Honor-winning author Walter Dean Myers writes about an African-American boy’s struggles with his first cattle drive and the racial prejudices of the day.
My Thoughts:
This is about a African American boy and his time on his first cattle drive. He was free and there were very though jobs for them. It about Joshua being a cowboy and the prejudiced of being black.

It a good read. Though this is mostly about the time in American History. It tells you more about being Black cowboy and on the trail of “The Chisholm Trail in 1871.”

If you enjoy history this is good. This is told though the boys prospective as in Dear American is told though a girl prospective. It good for children to learn about our history at that time. Learn about Cattle drives as well as what it was like being African American in the 1871.

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Review: The Journal Of Joshua Loper, A Black Cowboy, The Chisholm Trail, 1871

Title of Book: The Journal Of Joshua Loper, A Black Cowboy, The Chisholm Trail, 1871
Author: Walter Dean Myers
Series: My Name is America
Genres: Children, Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Diary,
Publisher: Scholastic
Pub Date: April 1, 1999 (160 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover
Contact Author: Goodread Profile

Synopsis:
Two-time Newbery Honor-winning author Walter Dean Myers writes about an African-American boy’s struggles with his first cattle drive and the racial prejudices of the day.
My Thoughts:
This is about a African American boy and his time on his first cattle drive. He was free and there were very though jobs for them. It about Joshua being a cowboy and the prejudiced of being black.

It a good read. Though this is mostly about the time in American History. It tells you more about being Black cowboy and on the trail of “The Chisholm Trail in 1871.”

If you enjoy history this is good. This is told though the boys prospective as in Dear American is told though a girl prospective. It good for children to learn about our history at that time. Learn about Cattle drives as well as what it was like being African American in the 1871.

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