Marley Dias gets it done : and so can you! /Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Scholastic Press, Description: 187 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781338136890; 1338136895.Subject(s): Dias, Marley (Marley Emerson) -- Juvenile literature | African American girls -- Social conditions -- Juvenile literature | Social action -- United States -- Juvenile literature | Equality -- United States -- Juvenile literature | Literacy programs -- United States -- Juvenile literature
|Item type||Home library||Collection||Shelving location||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Books||Altadena Main Library||Children's Collection||Children's Biography||J BIO DIA, M.||Available||39270004668749|
|Books||Bob Lucas Memorial Library||Children's Collection||Children's New Book Shelf||BRANCH J BIO DIA, M.||Available||39270004678409|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
In this accessible "keep-it-real" guide, Marley explores activism, social justice, volunteerism, equity and inclusion, and using social media for good. Drawing from her experience, Marley shows kids how they can galvanize their strengths to make positive changes in their communities, while getting support from parents, teachers, and friends to turn dreams into reality. Focusing on the importance of literacy and diversity, Marley offers suggestions on book selection, and delivers hands-on strategies for becoming a lifelong reader.
Prologue: do something -- Herstory: who I am, how this all began -- Meet my family: welcome to my village -- Girls like me: smart, funny, interesting, adventurous -- My Africa: the global village -- Oh so social: I could google myself, but -- Be the change you want to see: get woke! -- The activist toolbox: 21 stay-strong strategies -- How to read: why it's more than words -- Finding the goods: bye, bye, hide-and-seek -- Book talking: seeing is believing -- Getting it done: today, tomorrow, always.
In this accessible "keep-it-real" guide, Marley explores activism, social justice, volunteerism, equity and inclusion, and using social media for good. Drawing from her experience, Marley shows kids how they can galvanize their strengths to make positive changes in their communities, while getting support from parents, teachers, and friends to turn dreams into reality.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- Introduction (p. 10)
- Prologue: Do Something (p. 11)
- 1 Herstory: Who I Am, How This All Began (p. 16)
- 2 Meet My Family: Welcome to My Village (p. 32)
- 3 Girls Like Me: Smart, Funny, Interesting, Adventurous (p. 52)
- 4 My Africa: The Global Village (p. 66)
- 5 Oh So Social: I Could Google Myself, But... (p. 78)
- 6 Be the Change You Want to See in the World: Get Woke! (p. 96)
- 7 The Activist's Toolbox: 21 Stay-Strong Strategies (p. 126)
- 8 How to Read: Why It's More Than Words (p. 144)
- 9 Finding the Goods: Bye-Bye, Hide-and-seek (p. 160)
- 10 Book Talking: Seeing Is Believing (p. 170)
- 11 Getting It Done: Today, Tomorrow, Always (p. 178)
- Acknowledgments (p. 189)
- 1000 Is My Lucky Number: Black Girl Books Resource Guide (p. 194)