Acclaimed artist Bryan Collier depicts his subject with stunning watercolor and collage illustrations, balancing glorious recreations of stained glass windows with some of the more somber images of peace marchers and the famous bus that pitched Rosa Parks into the civil rights movement. A brief chronology and bibliography provide additional resources for readers. Here is an exquisite tribute to a world hero. (Ages 4 and older) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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My 4 year old grandson loved it, and it led to a thought provoking conversation with his parents.Published 4 days ago by Nicky Hackett
Wonderful book! We bought a ton of copies and gave them away at our annual MLK celebration to families that came with children. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Florappaloosier
We read this book several times in our 2nd & 3rd grade classroom. The students did writing assignments based on this book, and expanded their vocabularies.Published 11 days ago by Karen L. Winford
terrible!!!! The book was so short. There were a few sparse quotes. YOU WILL LEARN ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT MLK.Published 3 months ago by Curty
Great book. My daughter is 6 and with little help fully understood what the book was about. Illustrations add great detailPublished 4 months ago by Stephine