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Rosa Parks (History Maker Bios)

This book is about Rosa Parks
Step back in time with "Rosa Parks (History Maker Bios)," published in 2003, which vividly brings to life the story of Rosa Parks, whose courageous act of defiance became a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement. This engaging biography is perfectly tailored for elementary school readers, providing them with a profound understanding of racial justice. The narrative delicately explores Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, an action that sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott and ignited a widespread movement towards equality. Through her story, young readers will gain insights into the personal challenges and triumphs Parks faced, set against the backdrop of a segregated America. This book not only educates but also inspires critical reflection and empathy, encouraging students to ponder how one individual’s stand against injustice can lead to significant societal change. Dive into this compelling account and discover how Rosa Parks' resilience and determination helped change the world.
Published by Lerner Pub Group on January 1, 2003
47 pages
ISBN: 9780822546733
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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