Dear Mrs. Parks: A Dialogue With Today's Youth
A Dialogue with Today's Youth On a December day in 1955, Rosa Parks changed the course of American history when she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Alabama. This simple yet courageous act set in motion a chain of events that reverberated throughout the world. This book contains a selection of the 500-1000 letters a month that Mrs Parks receives from children throughout the world - with her answers to their many questions.
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Review: Dear Mrs. ParksUser Review - Laura - Goodreads
I found this book on clearance at Half Price Books. What a find! I really enjoyed the series of letters from children to Ms. Parks. I also enjoyed how often she responded by the power of God and a good education. I want/need to find a way to teach this book to my students! Read full review
Review: Dear Mrs. ParksUser Review - Tania Gilmore - Goodreads
This book is similar to the Oh, Freedom book! Because it has letters that students wrote to Rosa Parks and for those students who can't Identify whether she is make believe or not this will help them make that connection and know that she was real. I use this book as part of a text set for PTLS Read full review