The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963
by Christopher Paul Curtis
In this book, the author does a great job setting the story up through the main character, Kenny's, eyes. It shares all points of view of a family; how you feel you don't like eachother at times, but you all ways have a spot were you love them; how kids feel when there parents are having arguments; how their life situations are, and more. The characters are so well built, and you will discover more and more about each one as you read.
I loved reading it, I couldn't stop reading reading it, I really liked the story.
It is a story about family, while through that the author tries to share the setting of segregation, which was enforced mostly all over America, but mostly in the south, during the time that the Watsons go to Burmingham, Alabama.