Without Separation by Larry Dane Brimner

Releases on September 14, 2021

Without Separation is an historical fiction picture book tells the story of Roberto Alvarez lawsuit the Lemon Grove School District. This is set in the 1930’s and is to show how people can be racist. The school district built a school the Mexican and Mexican American students could attend so they didn’t have to go to Lemon Grove with the white students and Roberto fights against it.

I was excited when Roberto won his case and returned to the school as before. I thank Brimner for doing an excellent job bring this story to life in this book.

This was a great read. Thank you to NetGalley for this eARC in exchange for my honest review.


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