Discover the power of standing for equality-the Rosa Parks story for kids ages 8 to 12
Here's the whole, true story of Rosa Parks' life―and the spark of change she helped light for the civil rights movement. So Other People Would Be Also Free reveals how Rosa's lifetime of experiences inspired her famous choice―when she stayed seated on a segregated bus to take a stand for racial equality.
Take a walk through her childhood and hear about her struggles as a black woman in midcentury America. Going beyond other Rosa Parks books for kids, this complete story shows how her strong values and bravery as a lifelong activist makes her a role model for fighting injustice.
This illuminating choice in Rosa Parks books for kids includes:
- A lasting impact―Find out how the world changed during Rosa Parks' life and the ways her legacy is still alive.
- Talk about it―Questions in each chapter invite you to share ideas for creating your own change in the world.
- Real-life stories―History comes alive with accounts of people and events in civil rights that you won't find in other Rosa Parks books for kids.
Get inspired by Rosa's incredible accomplishments in So Other People Would Be Also Free―a standout among Rosa Parks books for kids.
Author: Tonya Leslie
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.27h x 5.83w x 0.33d
Audience: Ages 9-12