Xavier, Yadina and Brad are surprised to see that the big new exhibit at the museum features an old bus. They’re unsure what’s so special about it, but excited to climb aboard anyway. As our trio squabble over who will get to be the driver and honk the horn, they suddenly find themselves in the Secret Museum! Our heroes are sent back in time to meet the important person who once rode that bus: Rosa Parks. Witnessing how Rosa reacts to being treated unfairly, both as a young girl and as an adult when asked to give up her seat on that bus in 1955, open our trio’s eyes to her very important message: everyone should be treated equally. / Xavier is at a loss for what to do: there are three pieces of pie left and one is way bigger than the other two. Who gets the big piece? This is a tough problem with only one solution…to the Secret Museum! Our heroes are sent back in time to meet someone who knew how to work out tough problems: Thurgood Marshall. Thurgood invites our trio back to his house, where he is about to feed his pets some carrot treats. But, uh oh, one carrot is way bigger than the others. Xavier, Yadina and Brad have their own ideas for who should get the big carrot, but Thurgood decides to break apart the big carrot to ensure everyone gets an equal amount, because he knows the most important thing is to be fair to everyone.
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