M.L.K.: journey of a King

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Abrams Books for Young Readers, Jan 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Through period photographs and text introduces readers to Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Lots of pictures and a great layout. - LibraryThing
Easy to read and eye-catching format - Goodreads
This book is great for research. - LibraryThing

Review: MLK: The Journey of a King

User Review  - Vanessa - Goodreads

This book is an Orbis Pictus winner from 2008. Bolden wrote about Martin Luther King Junior as a human being, not just as a historical icon. She was very passionate about what MLK did for people and ... Read full review

Review: MLK: The Journey of a King

User Review  - Linda Lipko - Goodreads

After watching a wonderful CNN segment live from Selma, Alabama on the 50th Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday", I realize that I need to know more about the civil rights movement and the terrible travesty ... Read full review

Contents

How Could I Love a Race of People Who Hated Me?
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I Hope Thousands Will Join Me 39
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Authors Note
106
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Tonya Bolden has authored and coauthored more than twenty books. She also worked with Mother Love on her book Forgive or Forget and with Eartha Kitt on Rejuvenate! (It's Never Too Late). To learn more about her work visit www.tonyabolden.com.

Bob Adelman is an author, editor, teacher, book producer, and world-renowned photojournalist. His picture stories have frequently appeared in "Life, " the "London Times Magazine, Stern, " and the "New York Times Magazine." In varying roles he has done more than forty books; the most recent are his "Carver Country" and "Visions of Liberty." He vividly recalls his nervous excitement at first gaping at a Tijuana Bible. Nowadays he more maturely reads them for laughs and insights, but now and again their provocative powers become undeniable.