César Chávez: Protecting Farm Workers

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Teacher Created Materials, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Young readers will learn the ways that César Chávez fought to protect the rights and lives of migrant workers in this inspiring biography that gives history behind protests and developments of unions that Chávez led. The vivid images and an interesting timeline of Chávez's life work in conjunction with supportive text and glossary, table of contents, and index to engage readers from cover to cover.
 

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I thought this book was OK for a biography. I liked that it added a variety of ways to look back on the leaders life. It offered pictures from his actual life and childhood, it told his life like a ... Read full review

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Stephanie Macceca, M.A.Ed., earned her B.A. in English and American Literature from the University of California, San Diego, and earned her M.A. in Education from Claremont University. She taught high school English, Spanish, and Media Studies at Claremont High School and currently teaches English at Valhalla High School where she serves as the English Department Chair. Stephanie has also been honored with several scholarly awards, including the Peter Lincoln Spencer Fellowship, the Paul Douglas Fellowship, and the Renaissance Teacher of the Year.