Howard Thurman's Great Hope

Born In Segregated Daytona, Florida, In 1899, Howard Thurman Grew Up Dreaming Of A Better Life A Life Where His Mother And Grandmother Would Not Have To Cook And Clean For Other People A Life Where He Could Become A College Man, Honoring His Late Father S Wishes And His Own Dreams.Through Hard Work, Perseverance, And The Support Of Friends And Family, Young Howard Transcended The Limits On Negro Education In Daytona And Earned A Scholarship To An Out Of Town High School His Dream Did Not Come Easily And Was Nearly Lost, Until A Kind Act By A Stranger At A Railroad Station Aided Howard In A Time Of Need.A Moving Testament To The Bonds Of Community And The Power Of Faith, Howard Thurman S Great Hope Illuminates The Early Life Of The Man Who Became A Seminal Civil Rights Leader And An Inspiration To The NatHoward Thurman's Great Hope

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Howard Thurman's Great Hope
  • Kai Jackson Issa
  • English
  • 02 May 2018
  • 9781600602498

10 thoughts on “Howard Thurman's Great Hope

  1. says:

    This is a biography of Howard Thurman and his quest for an education Thurman grew up to become a preacher and spiritual leader who wrote many books and advocated for nonviolence and equality He advised many leaders of the civil rights movement, including Dr Martin Luther King Jr This book focuses on his life as a young man and ...

  2. says:

    Stephanie Rice READ 6252 Informational Picture BooksBook Title Howard Thurman s Great HopeAuthor Kai Jackson IssaShort Description of the Book Howard Thurman s Great Hope is a biography about the development and accomplishments of Reverend Howard Thurman, one of America s greatest preachers and spiritual leaders The story begins when Howard Thurman is a young boy living in segregated Daytona, Florida Thurman is a very dedicated and diligent student who continually strives to go to college and become an educated man like his father always told him he would be Howard was heavily impacted by Principal R H., who challenged Howard to push himself farther and to try and become a well rounded individual After graduating first in his class from high school Howard went on to Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia The story ends with Howard successfully achieving his goal of graduating from college Historical Focus The book is a biography about the struggles and accomplishments of Howard Thurman Howard Thurman was an ac...

  3. says:

    Howard Thurman s Great Hope.5 points This biography is about Howard Thurman and how he wanted to go to school and get a good education He was an African American in 1914, and being an African American at that time was difficult because there was a lot of racism and education It was really hard to get into good schools because the people who were in charge of the schools wouldn t let black people in He works hard and gets straight A s so that he can get a scholarship to Florida Baptist Academy High School and he graduated first in his class Then he went to Morehouse College, a college that only took mostly white people He graduated first in his class He became a reverend and helped people learn to work together to achieve great things Through a formal analysis lens, the author is trying to get the point across that if you work hard, you will get somewhere in life It was like everyone else had a head start and he didn t because he was African American and s...

  4. says:

    This book is a marvelous tale of Howard Thurman s triumph in a segregated America Howard s high hopes and his family s continued encouragement to succeed and support in his endeavors teaches readers how it is possible to achieve greatness and overcome tragedy, difficulty, and unfavorable odds in the process Howard s own determination, enthusiasm, and hunger for knowledge help to foster those qualities in readers and help point out that, no matte...

  5. says:

    I like the narrative presentation of this biography of Howard Thurman There is an appropriate amount of information for primary grade students This book is very uplifting for the time period A good pair with Alec s Primer by

  6. says:

    Great book that shows racism in the South.

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