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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I would definitely recommend this book for young children.
Furthermore, Martin's Big Words is an award winning and informative picture book written by, Doreen Rappaport and illustrated, by Bryan Collier.
Martin's Big Words: The Life Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is a picture book and so much more than that.
I use this book with my elementary children every year. It's a wonderful book with beautiful illustrations.Published 2 days ago by Sheila Malcolm
One of my all-time favorites about Martin Luther King, Jr to share with young children. It brings him to life - and his life to children.Published 7 months ago by JC
I bought this book a few weeks ago because I have always loved Martin Luther King, Jr....
It was an easy read with beautiful pictures... Read more
I used this book with my 1st grade class. I have also used this book with 3rd graders. I do believe it should be for older grades because it was conceptually way above my 1st... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Richelle Davis
Book: Martins Big Words
The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
By: Doreen Rampart
Illustrated by: Bryan Collier
December 19 2013
Martins Big... Read more
good book, but not too kid friendly for a picture book.... wordy, brown & black illustrations are not really eye catching for children under 6.Published 10 months ago by dmh
This is a Great book. I liked it. Beautiful artwork. Nice summary of Martin Luther King's life. Very inspiring book.Published 12 months ago by Ijeoma N. Arachie
We work with the precious gifts of our children's minds hopes and dreams hoping to motivate them to read, study and become as intelligent as they can. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer