So Other People Would Be Also Free—The Real Story of Rosa Parks for Kids
A ton of important knowledge is packed in this 89-page book. Although the literary value is not particularly high, I am impressed with how well laid out the information is and how easy it is to understand. Along with Rosa Parks’ inspiring story, other historical figures of the time period are woven in. This is definitely a book that I recommend.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
|North America, United States
|20th century, 1900s
|The Good and the Beautiful Library