This zip folder contains four children's books on black history. The books cover the story of Jackie Robinson, the Woolworth's Lunch Counter Sit In with the four college students, the use of the public library as a safe place, and a personal account of the sit-ins in the south. Each folder contains two anchor charts I used with my students as they analyzed the story. First, is the story frame visual framework and second, is the elements chart. Students learn the following in each story folder: summarizing, explaining the resolution, discussing the character’s motives, identifying the lesson the author’s wants the reader to learn, analyzing the problem, drawing conclusions, Identifying cause and effect relationships. In addition, I have also included an anchor chart on the Eight Reading Strategies students need to use as they read, a chart on the elements of literature that can be used for flash cards. Finally, the anchor chart on story frame and elements chart are the ones students should color code and use as their anchor to learning.