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National Geographic Readers: Martin Luther King, Jr. (Readers Bios) (Original 2012; 2012. Auflage)

von Kitson Jazynka (Autor)

Reihen: National Geographic Readers (Level 3)

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Introduces the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Titel:National Geographic Readers: Martin Luther King, Jr. (Readers Bios)
Autoren:Kitson Jazynka (Autor)
Info:National Geographic Kids (2013), Edition: Illustrated, 48 pages
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This is a fantastic reading book for kids in late elementary school who want to learn about black history. It follows MLK and the history of him and his family and the actions around the civil rights movement. It is a book that I wish I had when I was in school to have it easily explain to me the different parts of the movement and the changes that went around in our country. ( )
  skerr19 | Apr 23, 2021 |
In this children's informational text about Martin Luther King Jr., there is a solid balance of text, pictures, honest history, and important information that can be referenced at any point in time. This is a text I see being used in the classroom, but for reference to cite when creating a project. While there might be the occasional student who would read this for pure entertainment, I believe that this is a text that is going to primarily be used for citing. And that is also how the book is structured--there is no plot, rather, there is just information about him and the incredible impact he has on American History. My one complaint about this book was the use of black and white photographs instead of colored ones. Using black and white photos creates this narrative that the civil rights movement was from a long time ago when it really wasn't. I believe that when educating the youth of America, we need to show them that this is not a concept foreign or long ago.
  i.c.garcia524 | Apr 20, 2021 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
Summary: This biography is about Martin Luther King, it talks about when he was born, where he graduated college. Martin Luther King was fascinated by Gandhi, King stood to end segregation once and for all.
Personal: Because of Martin Luther King Students are not segregated anymore they do not have to use separate bathrooms or separate water fountains.
Classroom: Because of the end of segregation students no matter color of race can all go to the same school if they desire to.
  Emily_Wilkinson | Apr 17, 2016 |
I liked this book for two reasons. The first reasons why I liked this book was because the writing was both engaging and well organized for students to follow along with. The writing engaged students through bold font, large font, and "That's a Fact!" These writing techniques will allow students to keep their interested. An example of this is "That's a Fact! M.L. not only grew up in Ebenezer Baptist Church, but he later became a minister there as well. The fun fact teaches the children without it being formally within the text. The second reason why I like the book was because the book pushes the readers to think about tough issues and broadens their perspectives. The book gives the students information on how different times were before they might have been born and how far the world has come. An example of this is when the book speaks on segregation. Because students do not live during segregation periods, they are able to learn how it was then and the man who took a role in helping to end it. The big idea or message of the story is to teach students about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, his importance, and his role in making America less segregated. Dr. King's strengths are presented and shown throughout the book, as well as, his weakness which happen to be the safety of his family. The book is both appropriate and is unbiased. ( )
  BrittanyNelson94 | Nov 25, 2015 |
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