La Causa: The Migrant Farmworkers' Story
Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 92 pages
A bounty of America's rich history awaits young readers in this 22-volume nonfiction series. Four collections of books explore famous men and women who joined forces to make a difference, conquered overwhelming obstacles, and bravely lived and suffered for their convictions. A broad representation of cultures, ethnic groups, and both genders make this series an excellent resource for multicultural studies.
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