Free At Last, The Story of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Level 4: Proficient Readers)

by Angela Bull

Paperback, 2000

Status

Available

Local notes

921 KIN

Barcode

5525

Publication

DK CHILDREN (2000), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 48 pages. $3.95.

Description

A biography of the civil rights leader, covering his childhood, leadership, powerful speeches, assassination, and greatest influences.

Original publication date

2000

Physical description

48 p.; 8.9 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member rpanek
This is a story of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his work. The themes in this book are equal rights, preach, African-Americans, civil rights, civil rights movements, and history. The illustrations are black and white photographs of Dr. King, colorful maps, and cartoon drawings. The character is Dr.
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King as he grows into a young man fighting for civil rights. Students would enjoy this book because it teaches one about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the text is very interesting, which captures the readers' attention.
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LibraryThing member DJRyskie
"Free At Last" is the story of Martin Luther King Jr. The book explains his childhood and the way the world worked at that time. This story tells of MLK's life up until his death. This book does a good job of letting children know the state of the race war at that time and is a very important thing
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for children to know. The first chapter is called "Black in a White World" so it introduces children to the life MLK had to experience and does a good job of not being oppressive. This time in history is very important for children to know so they appreciate what they have more, therefore I highly recommend this book.
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LibraryThing member CaittBitt
This is a great book to have students read when they have finished work early and can pull out of their desk and read. Martin Luther King Jr. is a great topic in general for all students to learn about, however when a child reads the information for themselves it turns them into the owner of the
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information, and they feel as if they have discovered it themselves. This book is also great because it has more words than pictures, but the pictures that are in the book are actual pictures from the events and time period.
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Pages

48

Rating

½ (6 ratings; 4.7)
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