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Dear Mrs. Parks: a dialogue with today's youth

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Publisher:
Lee & Low Books,
Pub. Date:
c1996.
Edition:
1st ed.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
IL: MG - BL: 5.6 - AR Pts: 2
Lexile measure:
850L
Description
A Dialogue with Today's Youth On a December day in 1955, Rosa Parks changed the course of American history when she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Alabama. This simple yet courageous act set in motion a chain of events that reverberated throughout the world. This book contains a selection of the 500-1000 letters a month that Mrs Parks receives from children throughout the world - with her answers to their many questions.
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ISBN:
9781880000458
Reading Level:
MG
Level 5.6, 2 Points
Lexile measure:
850L
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Grouping Title dear mrs parks a dialogue with todays youth
Grouping Author parks rosa
Grouping Category book
Last Grouping Update 2018-05-08 23:06:57PM
Last Indexed 2018-07-17 00:56:17AM

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subject_facet African American children -- Correspondence -- Juvenile literature, African American children -- Life skills guides -- Juvenile literature, Civil rights workers -- United States -- Correspondence -- Juvenile literature, Parks, Rosa, -- 1913-2005 -- Correspondence -- Juvenile literature
title_display Dear Mrs. Parks : a dialogue with today's youth
title_full Dear Mrs. Parks : a dialogue with today's youth / by Rosa Parks, with Gregory J. Reed
title_short Dear Mrs. Parks :
title_sub a dialogue with today's youth
topic_facet African American children, Civil rights workers, Correspondence, Life skills guides, Parks, Rosa