Martin Luther King, Jr.: Young Man with a Dream
Get to know the famous social activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Martin Luther King Jr. in this middle grade nonfiction biography of his early years!
Martin Luther King Jr. was born into a family of pastors. He had close relationships with his family, especially his grandmother, and regularly sang at church with his mother. Martin saw everyone around him suffer from segregation and racism and would eventually fight back with his powerful speeches and peaceful protests as one of the leaders of the Civil Rights Movement.
This book is laced with numerous illustrations, and the back of the book includes a timeline, questions, activities, and a glossary, making it the perfect addition to a classroom or home school setting. Perfect for emerging readers, the Childhood of Famous Americans series illustrates the incredible true stories of great Americans.
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