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The Day Gogo Went to Vote
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The day Gogo went to vote London: Little, Brown, Eleanor Sisulu he put them in the bag. The next morning she The day Gogo went to vote My gogo is very, very old. When I ask her how old she is, she says, “I am older than this township. When I was born, there were no cars or airplanes.” When I come home from school, my mother and father File Size: 61KB. The Day Gogo Went to Vote Paperback – Sept. 1 by Elinor Batezat Sisulu (Author), Sharon Wilson (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from 5/5(3).
Full Bibliographic Record; Publication information: Boston: Little, Brown, c ISBN: Language: English: Record ID: Full edition title. A tale of admiration, of sacrifice and of freedom. The Day Gogo Went to Vote is set in April South Africa during Presidential elections. For the first time in South African history, a black man is running for President and black Africans are now allowed to vote/5(20).
When Thembi's family learns that South Africa will hold elections, her year-old grandmother announces that she too will vote now that she has the opportunity. This story of quiet determination pays tribute to the people of South Africa and the privilege of casting a ballot. Pastel sketches convey the joy and warmth of the bond between Thembi and Gogo. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Day Gogo Went to Vote by Elinor Batezat Sisulu (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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The Day Gogo Went to Vote is a post-apartheid South African picture book that commemorates the day black South Africans were allowed to vote and the year Nelson Mandela is elected president.
The book, told through a childs-eye view, is about a young girl named Thembi who accompanies her great-grandmother to the polls to vote/5(48). "The Day Gogo Went to Vote" addresses South Africa's emergence from its apartheid past to the present politically-balanced form of government.
Taking place in the days prior to the election of Nelson Mandela as its first black president, the book shows how important it is 5/5(4). The poignant story of a black South African gogo, or grandmother, who, after generations of struggle, votes in the historic democratic elections of Gogo shocks her granddaughter, who narrates, as well as the rest of the family when she expresses her wish to vote; exiled by the indignities of apartheid and the infirmities of old age (``Mandela is a young man compared to me!''), she hasn't Author: Elinor Batezat Sisulu.
The Day Gogo Went to Vote: South Africa, [Sisulu, Elinor Batezat, Wilson, Sharon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Day Gogo Went to Vote: South Africa, /5(2). The Day Gogo Went to Vote: South Africa, Elinor Batezat Sisulu, Author, Sharon Wilson, Author, Sharon Wilson, Illustrator Little Brown and Company $ (32p) ISBN Buy this.
The Day Gogo Went to Vote by Elinor Batezat Sisulu and Sharon Wilson. A six-year-old black child tells how her year-old gogo (grandmother) is read more.
A six-year-old black child tells how her year-old gogo (grandmother) is determined to vote in the first general election in South Africa.
Gogo has not left home for years, not even to attend church. Download The Day Gogo Went To Vote ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to The Day Gogo Went To Vote book pdf for free now. The Day Gogo Went To Vote. Author: Elinor Batezat Sisulu ISBN.
This Freedom Day marks 20 years since the publication in South Africa of the classic children’s book, The Day Gogo Went to Vote. The story of a hundred-year old woman voting in South Africa’s first democratic election, was penned by Puku founding member and current Executive Director, Elinor Sisulu.
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Gogo is very old-so old she doesn't go out of the yard any more. But when Thembi's parents share the exciting news that black South Africans will soon be allowed to vote, Gogo surprises everybody. Gogo intends to vote, even though she will have to travel to the polls. Booksource is the premier trade book distributor to K school classrooms across the country.
The Day Gogo Went To Vote. ISBN ISBN Author the special relationship between a young girl and her grandmother on the day black South Africans were first allowed to vote.
Find This And Other Titles Like It In. The Day Gogo Went to Vote. Written by Elinor Batezat Sisulu. Illustrated by Sharon Wilson. Little, Brown and Company, 32 pages. Recommended for ages 6 and older. ISBN: African Studies Association Children’s Book Award Jane Addams Honor Book International Reading Association Notable Book for a Global Society Thembi, who is.
The Day Gogo Went To Vote Book Information. Title: The Day Gogo Went To Vote. Author: Sisulu, Elinor Batezat. Isbn: This moving picture book captures the special relationship between a young girl and her grandmother on the day black South Africans were first allowed to vote.
The Day Gogo Went to Vote is the winner of the Simon Wiesenthal Center Children's Book Award and clearly displays the themes of equality of people, dignity, and social justice. The excellent illustrations portray the beautiful relationship between Thembi and Gogo as well as the impact this election had on black South African's/5(3).
RDG MW "The Day Gogo Went to Vote" By: Elinor Batezat Sisulu Illustrated By: Sharon Wilson Read By: Avery Sutton. Sisulu's stirring story was inspired by her experience working at a polling booth during South Africa's democratic elections, the first in which blacks were allowed to vote.
Thembi, the ingenuous six-year-old narrator, describes how her year-old great-grandmother, Gogo, makes the long trip to the polls to cast her : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. The book, The Day Gogo Went to Vote [Bulk, Wholesale, Quantity] ISBN# in Paperback by Sisulu, Elinor Batezat may be ordered in bulk quantities.
Minimum starts at 25 copies. Availability based on publisher status and quantity being ordered. The Day Gogo Went to Vote DISCUSSION l. In South Africa, people of color were not allowed to vote before Why On the first page of the book the author writes, "This book is a tribute to grand- parents and great-grandparents who struggled all their lives for the right to vote.".
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Little Thembi's great grandmother Gogo takes care of her and tells her stories of the olden days in their Soweto homeland. Gogo is very old-so old she doesn't go out of the yard any more. But when Thembi's parents share the exciting news that black South Africans will.
Gogo is the oldest member of the township to vote. Thembi is proud of her great grandmother and says that the "best day was when Gogo went to vote". This is a beautiful story of an important milestone in South African history told from the point of view of a young girl/5(5).Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): The Day Gogo Went to Vote: South Africa, April ISBN of the winning item.Get this from a library!
The day Gogo went to vote. [Elinor Sisulu; Sharon Wilson] -- Thembi and her beloved great-grandmother, who has not left the house for many years, go together to vote on the momentous day when black South Africans are allowed to vote for the first time.