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Pride : the story of Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag / written by Rob Sanders ; illustrated by Steven Salerno.

By: Sanders, Rob, 1958- [author.].
Contributor(s): Salerno, Steven [illustrator.].
Material type: TextTextEdition: First edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780399555312; 0399555315; 9780399555329; 0399555323.Subject(s): Milk, Harvey -- Juvenile literature | Milk, Harvey | Milk, Harvey | Gay politicians -- California -- San Francisco -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Gay pride celebrations -- California -- San Francisco -- Juvenile literature | Gay liberation movement -- United States -- Juvenile literature | Gay rights -- United States -- History -- Juvenile literature | Gay politicians | Gay pride celebrations | Gay liberation movement | Gay rights | JUVENILE NONFICTION -- Biography & Autobiography -- Political | Gay liberation movement | Gay politicians | Gay pride celebrations | Gay rights | California -- San Francisco | United StatesGenre/Form: Nonfiction. | Biographies. | Biography. | History. | Juvenile works. | Biographies.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Pride.DDC classification: 979.4 | B Other classification: JNF007000 Summary: Traces the life of the Gay Pride Flag, from its beginnings with social activist Harvey Milk and designer Gilbert Baker to its spanning of the globe and its role in today's world.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Traces the life of the Gay Pride Flag, from its beginnings with social activist Harvey Milk and designer Gilbert Baker to its spanning of the globe and its role in today's world.

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School Library Journal Review

Gr 1-3-Written in direct, accessible language, this book opens with a quote from Harvey Milk about hope, the connecting theme of this uplifting introduction to the symbol of the Rainbow Flag. The text starts with Milk's choice to enter politics and Gilbert Baker's design of the first flag and connects that to the flag's modern appearances as a symbol of equality and pride and the use of it on June 26, 2015 across the White House. The illustrations are vibrant and lively, taking inspiration from 1970s fashions and styles while emphasizing the effectiveness of symbols. The narrative includes references to opposition to Milk's dream of equality and the assassination of Milk and George Moscone, but moves decisively on to tell of enduring hope, with an illustration of the candlelight vigil and the persistence of the rainbow flag as an icon. Biographical notes include more information on the flag, Milk, Baker, and the significance of the June 16, 2014 rainbow lights across the White House. The back matter also includes two time lines, a few suggested books and websites, and assorted photographs related to the story. VERDICT With its emphasis on pride and hope, this title will make a strong addition to classroom and school library collections to support discussions of character and equality. Recommended for all collections.-Amanda Foulk, Sacramento Public Library © Copyright 2018. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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ROB SANDERS is a writer who teaches, and a teacher who writes. He is the author of Cowboy Christmas , Crystal Kite-winner Outer Space Bedtime Race , Ruby Rose - Off to School She Goes , Ruby Rose - Big Bravos , and Rodzilla. Pride The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag is Rob's first non-fiction picture book. Rob lives in Florida where he teaches elementary school.Visit him at<br> <br> STEVEN SALERNO is the author/illustrator of Coco the Carrot , Little Tumbo, Harry Hungry!, Wild Child , and Tim's Goodbye. He has also illustrated 24 popular picture books including Brothers at Bat (a New York Times Book Review's Notable Picture Book of the Year), The Kid from Diamond Street , The Fantastic Ferris Wheel, Goldenlocks and the Three Pirates, 19 Girls and Me, and Margaret Wise Brown's The Dirty Little Boy. A graduate of Parsons School of Design in NYC, helives and works in Manhattan. Visit him

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