Rosa Parks
(Adobe PDF eBook)

Book Cover
Average Rating
Author:
Published:
Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc. 2014
Format:
Adobe PDF eBook
Reading Level:
IL: LG - BL: 4.9 - AR Pts: 0.5
Status:
Available from OverDrive
Description

On the morning of December 1, 1955, hardly anyone in Rosa Parks's home town of Montgomery, Alabama, had heard of her. By the time that night fell, she was on her way to becoming a household name all over the United States.

That morning, she had refused to give up her bus seat to a white person. Rosa, who was African American, was tired of being pushed around because of the color of her skin.

The news of her arrest spread like wildfire. African American leaders decided to urge their fellow African Americans not to ride the buses until they were treated equally. It took a year, but the movement that Rosa Parks began ended in triumph.

Also in This Series
Formats
Adobe PDF eBook
Need Help?
If you are having problem transferring a title to your device, please fill out this support form or visit the library so we can help you to use our eBooks and eAudio Books.
More Like This
Other Editions and Formats
More Details
Street Date:
01/15/2014
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781612287812
Reading Level:
LG
Level 4.9, 0.5 Points
Reviews from GoodReads
Loading GoodReads Reviews.
Tagging
Tags:

No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!


Citations
APA Citation (style guide)

Jim Whiting. (2014). Rosa Parks. Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Jim Whiting. 2014. Rosa Parks. Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Jim Whiting, Rosa Parks. Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc, 2014.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Jim Whiting. Rosa Parks. Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc, 2014. Web.

Note! Citation formats are based on standards as of July 2010. Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published. Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy.
Copy Details
LibraryOwnedAvailable
Shared Digital Collection11
Staff View
Grouped Work ID:
dfa38503-f14c-c1e9-3f72-d37c696e406f
Go To Grouped Work
Needs Update?:
Yes
Date Added:
Aug 06, 2014 19:51:05
Date Updated:
Nov 19, 2017 01:10:20
Last Metadata Check:
Nov 10, 2019 07:11:16
Last Metadata Change:
Nov 09, 2018 17:38:24
Last Availability Check:
Nov 10, 2019 07:11:16
Last Availability Change:
Apr 04, 2018 03:33:41
Last Grouped Work Modification Time:
Nov 16, 2019 23:01:25

OverDrive Product Record

id
404d45c1-a86f-46d1-a67c-b978c524c384
primaryCreator
    • name: Jim Whiting
    • role: Author
series
What's So Great About…?
starRating
0
title
Rosa Parks
crossRefId
1894806
sortTitle
Rosa Parks
images
    • cover300Wide:
        • type: image/jpeg
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-400/3396-1/404/D45/C1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img400.jpg
    • cover:
        • type: image/jpeg
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-100/3396-1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img100.jpg
    • thumbnail:
        • type: image/jpeg
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-200/3396-1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img200.jpg
    • cover150Wide:
        • type: image/jpeg
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-150/3396-1/404/D45/C1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img150.jpg
dateAdded
2014-08-06T11:58:00-04:00
contentDetails
      • account:
          • id: 1351
          • name: Nashville Public Library (TN)
      • type: text/html
      • href: https://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=239&titleID=1894806
mediaType
eBook
formats
      • id: ebook-pdf-adobe
      • identifiers:
            • value: 9781612287812
            • type: ISBN
      • name: Adobe PDF eBook

OverDrive MetaData

isPublicDomain
False
images
    • cover:
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-100/3396-1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img100.jpg
        • type: image/jpeg
    • thumbnail:
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-200/3396-1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img200.jpg
        • type: image/jpeg
    • cover150Wide:
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-150/3396-1/404/D45/C1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img150.jpg
        • type: image/jpeg
    • cover300Wide:
        • href: https://img1.od-cdn.com/ImageType-400/3396-1/404/D45/C1/{404D45C1-A86F-46D1-A67C-B978C524C384}Img400.jpg
        • type: image/jpeg
isPublicPerformanceAllowed
False
formats
      • fileName: RosaParks9781612287812
      • partCount: 0
      • fileSize: 2991882
      • identifiers:
            • type: ISBN
            • value: 9781612287812
      • rights:
            • type: CopyingTimesPerDays
            • value: 7
            • type: PrintingTimesPerDays
            • value: 7
            • type: Lending
            • value: 0
            • type: ReadAloud
            • value: 0
            • type: ExpirationRights
            • value: 0
      • name: Adobe PDF eBook
      • id: ebook-pdf-adobe
      • onSaleDate: 07/29/2014
languages
      • code: en
      • name: English
creators
      • role: Author
      • fileAs: Whiting, Jim
      • name: Jim Whiting
subjects
      • value: Biography & Autobiography
      • value: Juvenile Nonfiction
publishDate
2014-01-15T00:00:00-05:00
publishDateText
01/15/2014
mediaType
eBook
shortDescription

On the morning of December 1, 1955, hardly anyone in Rosa Parks's home town of Montgomery, Alabama, had heard of her. By the time that night fell, she was on her way to becoming a household name all over the United States.

That morning, she had refused to give up her bus seat to a white person. Rosa, who was African American, was tired of being pushed around because of the color of her skin.

The news of her arrest spread like wildfire. African American leaders decided to urge their fellow African Americans not to ride the buses until they were treated equally. It took a year, but the movement that Rosa Parks began ended in triumph.

isOwnedByCollections
True
title
Rosa Parks
fullDescription

On the morning of December 1, 1955, hardly anyone in Rosa Parks's home town of Montgomery, Alabama, had heard of her. By the time that night fell, she was on her way to becoming a household name all over the United States.

That morning, she had refused to give up her bus seat to a white person. Rosa, who was African American, was tired of being pushed around because of the color of her skin.

The news of her arrest spread like wildfire. African American leaders decided to urge their fellow African Americans not to ride the buses until they were treated equally. It took a year, but the movement that Rosa Parks began ended in triumph.

sortTitle
Rosa Parks
crossRefId
1894806
series
What's So Great About…?
popularity
5
publisher
Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc.
links
    • self:
        • href: https://api.overdrive.com/v1/collections/L1BFAIAAA2J/products/404d45c1-a86f-46d1-a67c-b978c524c384/metadata
        • type: application/vnd.overdrive.api+json
id
404d45c1-a86f-46d1-a67c-b978c524c384
starRating
0