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Rosa Parks (NBM Comics Biographies)

This book is about Rosa Parks
In "Rosa Parks (NBM Comics Biographies)", a vivid graphic novel published on February 1, 2022, the iconic moment Rosa Parks refused to yield her seat on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama, is brought to life with striking illustrations and compelling narrative. This book captures the essence of December 1, 1955, a day that became a pivotal point in the fight for racial justice. At 42, Rosa, a skilled leather dressmaker, becomes an involuntary heroine, her simple act of defiance igniting the monumental Montgomery Bus Boycott led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Designed for elementary-school readers, this account not only tells the story of Rosa Parks but also delves into the broader context of segregation and civil rights struggles in the American South. Engaging and educational, it encourages young readers to reflect on the impact of individual acts of courage in the broader movement for equality and justice.
Published by NBM Publishing on February 1, 2022
128 pages
ISBN: 9781681122915
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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