by Lisbeth Kaiser, Marta Antelo
✅ Editor: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
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Again in the Little People, Great Dreams of the series, to discover the incredible life of Rosa Parks,”Mother of the Easydom Movement”, in this inspiring story.In this true story of inspiring civil rights activist inspiration, Rosa Parks grew up during the segregation in Alabama, but she taught about herself and defending her rights.In 1955, Rosa refused to give way to a white man on a separate bus, prompting the Boycott of the Montgomery Buses.His decision had a huge impact on civil rights, eventually ending segregation in public transport.With an elegant and offbeat style illustrations and extra made in the back, this empowerment of the series celebrates the importance of life, stories of wonderful women from around the world.Designers and artists, scientists, all of them went to achieve incredible things, but all began their lives as a little child with a dream.These books are the lifeblood of these models accessible to children, providing a powerful message to inspire the next generation of exceptional people who will change the world.
Lisbeth Kaiser, Marta Antelo – Rosa Parks – Easy
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