Martin Luther King

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Greenwillow Books, Jan 20, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
Powerful folk-art paintings and an accessible, fact-filled text add up to a vivid portrait of Martin Luther King and his courageous fight for human rights. Here is a biography that is inspiring both to read and to look at--a book for readers of all ages to treasure. Full-color gouache illustrations.

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User Review  - Jill.Barrington - LibraryThing

The life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is depicted. The illustrations are colorful and are proportioned interestingly. The book would be useful in comparison and/or addition to other biographies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Read full review


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A fine introduction to the life of King—lucid, real, captivating. Bray starts with King's early years in the American South, his exposure to segregation and racism, his schooling, and family life ... Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Malcah Zeldis, illustrator of "Martin Luther King, " lives in New York City.

McNatt is a former preview editor for the New York Times Book Review.