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Rosa Parks (Trophy Chapter Book)

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Dive into the pivotal moments of the Civil Rights movement with "Rosa Parks (Trophy Chapter Book)," a compelling chapter book biography that brings to life the story of Rosa Parks, whose single act of defiance became a defining symbol for the fight against racial injustice. Authored by the celebrated Eloise Greenfield and enhanced with striking black-and-white illustrations by Gil Ashby, this book captures the spirit of a woman who, with quiet strength, sparked monumental change in America. As young readers follow Rosa's journey from her challenging childhood in Montgomery, Alabama, to her historic decision to remain seated on that city bus, they will be inspired by her courage and determination. Recognized as a Notable Children's Trade Book in Social Studies and a recipient of the Carter G. Woodson Book Award, this biography is an essential resource for elementary school students exploring themes of equality and resilience. Published on January 1, 1995, it remains a timely invitation to reflect on how individual actions can lead to tremendous social change.
Published by HarperCollins on January 1, 1995
64 pages
ISBN: 9780064420259
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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