Teachers need to be careful when using the paperback of Scholastic's "The Story of Ruby Bridges." Instead of Mrs. Henry as Ruby's teacher, this edition has Mrs. Hurley. As my third graders wanted to know, "How come the same story has a different name for Ruby's teacher(than the hardback versions)?" I would think that Scholastic owes Mrs. Henry an apology.
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