Miss Lisa recommends One World, Many Religions: The Way We Worship by Mary Pope Osborne because she learned so much about different religions and the foundations of beliefs. The book is easy to read and well organized.
Mrs. O'Hare recommends Sugar by Jewell Parker Rhodes. This book gives the reader an idea of what it was like growing up as a slave.
Miss Christine recommends Bippity Bop Barbershop by Natasha Tarpley. This book tells the heartwarming story of a young boy learning about being a man from his father, the barber, and other barbershop patrons. When you read it, you won't be able to hide your smile!