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This is a great book for any elementary school classroom library, even High School.
This is a well-written book enhanced immeasurably by Yuyi Morales' vivid, mural-like illustrations (done with acrylics, handmade stamps, and computer-created cutouts).
As the title implies this is the story of Cesar Chavez who many adults came to know about from his work with the farmworkers in California.
My 2nd graders loved this book about the life and struggles of Cesar Chavez. After reading the book our class had an insightful conversation about human rights.Published 6 months ago by Littledude
Is great to use with Esperanza Rising, one of my favorite novels. Helps teach children about our country's history. I recommend!Published 6 months ago by Crystal Randall
I chose the book to educate my grandchildren regarding this wonderful icon and advocate. I loved the easy to read words and beautiful art. Read morePublished 6 months ago by francisca montaño
A good book for young students. It shows different levels of success.
An especially good book for students in California where much of Cesar Chavez' work was centered.
On a search for Jane Adam award winning books, I stumbled upon this beautifully illustrated story about Cesar Chavez. Read morePublished 23 months ago by rkiyuna
Cesar Chavez was born in Arizona in 1927. He lived an idyllic life there until the drought came in 1937. His family moved to California to become migrant workers. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by LizP
My students love this book. It was shipped super fast and I couldn't be happier with product. Thanks again for being so quick to send out the book.Published on September 9, 2012 by ANDREA
This book teaches elementary grade students about the courage of Cesar Chavez. This was an excellent supplement to my lesson.Published on October 23, 2011 by CS
Beautiful rendering of Cesar Chavez' journey. The text is wonderful but the illustrations make this book a classic. The best book about Cesar for kids!Published on May 27, 2010 by Maria