This determined woman overcame tremendous odds to pursue her dream of a musical career. With grace, poise, and overwhelming talent, she confronted the racial restrictions of the period.
A brief, beautifully illustrated biography of the Baptist minister and civil rights leader.
A colorful, simple introduction for young readers to the life and works of the beloved Civil Rights leader.
Dr. King's famous speech at the 1963 Civil Rights march on Washington is accompanied by glorious illustrations by top children's book artists.
Folk-art paintings in bright colors accompany the story of key events in Dr. King's life.
Briefly recounts the life of Dr. King and discusses the national holiday in his name.
A biography of the Nobel Peace Prize winner who showed us that a struggle can be waged without violence.
Quotes from some of his most beloved speeches, paired with Collier's stunning watercolor and collage art, tell Dr. King's life story in a simple, direct way.
An artist recreates Dr. King's life through words and paintings.
Mary Elouise and her friends at Gumbo Grove Elementary School are learning their parts for a special school play, and in the process they also learn about friendship, family and self-respect.
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