3 edition of Wheels of change found in the catalog.
Wheels of change
Explore the role the bicycle played in the women"s liberation movement.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 92) and index.
|Contributions||National Geographic Society (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GV1057 .M33 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|ISBN 10||1426307616, 1426307624|
|ISBN 10||9781426307614, 9781426307621|
|LC Control Number||2010027141|
"Wheels of Change" tells the story of the impact of the bicycle on women's lives from s to the early years of the 20th century. It tells the stories of women who rode bicycles for fun, for profit, and to make a statement about women's rights or women's roles in the world. Wheels of Change How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (with A Few Flat Tires Along the Way) (Book): Macy, Sue: Explores the role the bicycle played in .
Through vintage photographs, advertisements, cartoons, and songs, Wheels of Change transports young readers to bygone eras to see how women used the bicycle to improve their lives. Witty in tone and scrapbook-like in presentation, the book deftly covers early (and comical) objections, influence on fashion, and impact on social change inspired Pages: Wheels of change is a book about how women started using bycicles to do several things, like working, or for fun, or to protest about injustices, by posing with a stache, and a man´s suit, Frances Benjamin sends a message that she could too do everything a man could do, including riding a bycicle.
Get this from a library! Wheels of change: from zero to m.p.h.: the amazing story of California and the automobile. [Kevin Nelson] -- " Wheels of Change brings to life the personalities that have shaped the California automobile story, from engineering wizards and designers to gearheads to glamorous race car drivers to rebels. Wheels of Change. We rated this book: $ I felt this book was a little preachy; the women’s-rights-you-can’t-hold-me-down-evil-gender-rules-I-don’t-disciminate theme is cliché. Besides that, this was a short, easy introduction to the time and society. It is easy to empathize with Emily and see her point of view.
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Wheels of Change is a wonderful, well-written, heartwarming book. I wouldn't be surprised if it won a big children's book award. It take place in Washington DC duringso it is a historical fiction novel and it is filled with vivid details of the time/5.
Wheels of Change is a real gem. I enjoyed reading it so much that I wondered what the next chapter would hold in the adventures of Emily Soper. The book is well written and made me feel like I was right there in the story.
I can envision Wheels of Change played live on the Broadway stage or /5(46). Wheels of Change: How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (With a Few Flat Tires Along the Way): Macy, Sue: : Books.
Buy New. $ List Price: $ Save: $ (18%) Qty: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Qty: /5(42). Sue Macy and National Geographic bring us Wheels of Change, an excellent full-color book on the history of the bicycle’s impact on society and the lives of women/5.
Through vintage photographs, advertisements, cartoons, and songs, Wheels of Change transports young readers to bygone eras to see how women used the bicycle to improve their in tone and scrapbook-like in presentation, the book deftly covers early (and comical) objections, influence on fashion, and impact on social change inspired by the bicycle, which.
Emily's adventures in WHEELS OF CHANGE will entertain kids and get them engrossed in s American history. Important issues such as segregation and women's rights are explored in a way that will make sense to kids and open their eyes to daily life during a 4/5.
What I love about a historical book is when there is enough real history and the fictional part could have happened. I give this book a 5 out of 5.”--Deal Sharing Aunt "Wheels of Change is an entertaining and reassuring way of drawing kids into early 20th-century American : Creston Books.
Wheels of Change is a lively book full of awesome characters and its design is very appealing. I love the stories of the bicycle racers, most of whom had been lost to history until now.
I love the stories of the bicycle racers, most of whom had been lost to history until now. Furthermore, Wheels of Change has earned many honors, including listings in School Library Journal’s Best Books of and Magnificent Children’s Books ofYALSA’s Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults, and Notable Social Studies Trade Books.
The Wheels of Change in Organizations Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 11(6) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
: This is a trailer for my nonfiction book, WHEELS OF CHANGE, published in January by National Geographic (ISBN: Wheels of Change is a historical novel for intermediate is a perfect companion book for a social studies unit about the Industrial Revolution.
Beyond all the educational benefits it is, at its heart, an enjoyable read that will get children excited to learn about history.
The Wheels of Chance is an early comic novel by H. Wells about an August cycling holiday, somewhat in the style of Three Men in a Boat. In it was adapted into a silent film The Wheels of Chance directed by Harold M.
her: J. Dent. WHEELS OF CHANGE by Throughout much of the book, Papa teaches Emily—and vicariously, readers—new vocabulary words. The strength of the text lies in Jacobson’s ability to evoke a different era and to endear readers to the protagonist. The prose is straightforward and well-researched, heavily peppered with historical references and Author: Darlene Beck Jacobson.
Wheels of Change. by Darlene Beck Jacobson. Racial intolerance, social change, and sweeping progress make Washington, D.C., a turbulent place to grow up in for year-old Emily Soper. For Emily, life in Papa’s carriage barn is magic, and she’s more at home hearing the symphony of the blacksmith’s hammer than trying to conform to the.
A finalist for the YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Award, Sue Macy’s Wheels of Change offers young listeners an ear-opening account of how, beginning in the late 19th century, the bicycle helped change the course of women’s history. Macy meticulously documents how women used the freedom of their newfound mobility to effect social change, even in the face of constant challenges.
Wheels of Change How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (with a Few Flat Tires Along the Way) Home; Wheels of Change. Wheels of Change How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (with A Few Flat Tires Along the Way) (Book): Macy, Sue: Explore the role the. Take a lively look at women's history from aboard a bicycle, which granted females the freedom of mobility and helped empower women's liberation.
Through vintage photographs, advertisements, cartoons, and songs, Wheels of Change transports young readers to bygone eras to see how women used the bicycle to improve their lives.
Witty in tone and scrapbook-like in presentation, the book 4/5(18). Wheels of Change pairs the history of the bicycle with the history of women’s rights, showing quite convincingly how one influenced the other (and vice versa).
Macy begins her book with a short essay by Leah Missbach Day, co-founder of World. Wheels of Change by Darlene Beck Jacobson. 7 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Name Pronunciation with Darlene Beck Jacobson; Grade; ; Genre; Historical Fiction; Cultural Area; Women / Girls.
As much as I love bike culture and everything bikes stand for, I, like many, may have underestimated the profound significance of the bicycle as a cultural agent of change. Thanks to a brilliant new book, I no longer do.
National Geographic‘s Wheels of Change: How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (With a Few Flat Tires Along the Way) (public library) tells the riveting story of how .Wheels of Change How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (with A Few Flat Tires Along the Way) (Book): Macy, Sue: Explore the role the bicycle played in the women's liberation movement.