The Story of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Amy Wummer

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This children's book is an easy to read autobiography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a fun way to learn about the American Civil Rights Movement. Using simple words and beautiful water colors, this little book illustrates Martin Luther King, Jr. as a little boy who loved going to school, learned how to become a minister, and worked hard to help end segregation in America with brief, colorful narratives from the Civil Rights era. 

Suitable for children aged 2 and up, it opens with the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday and ends with the ideals from his I Have a Dream speech delivered in Washington D.C. Browse our complete Civil Rights Collection to find other items to introduce your children to African American history or celebrate the legacy of American civil rights advocates and landmark events.  

Product Details

  • Published by CandyCane Press
  • ISBN: 9780824941444
  • Hard cover, 24 pages, 4’’ x 6’’
  • Profits support the National Park Service

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