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Coretta Scott King: First Lady of Civil Rights (Childhood of Famous Americans)

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Delve into the formative years of a pivotal figure in American history with "Coretta Scott King: First Lady of Civil Rights," part of the Childhood of Famous Americans series. Published on December 16, 2008, this illustrated middle-grade book offers a captivating glimpse into the early life of Coretta Scott King, long before she became an icon of racial justice and gender equality alongside her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. From climbing trees in her neighborhood to cherishing moments with her father and showcasing her beautiful singing voice, young readers will be inspired by Coretta's childhood stories which underscore that determination and belief in one's dreams can indeed pave the way to monumental achievements. Ideal for elementary school students, this narrative not only educates but also motivates, demonstrating how the seeds of activism and leadership are planted early in life. Will you join Coretta on her journey to becoming a champion for civil rights and world peace?
Published by Aladdin on December 16, 2008
224 pages
ISBN: 9781416968009
Best for readers in Elementary School
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