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Martin Luther King, Jr.: Super Civil Rights Leader
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 14777
ISBN: 978-0-635-01477-1
Format: Paperback
Martin Luther King, Jr. was the most influential civil rights leader of his time. A minister and pacifist, Martin encouraged peaceful demonstrations to bring about change. America was forever impacted by this wonderful and brave leader!
Harriet Tubman: Moses of Her People
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 14807
ISBN: 978-0-635-01480-1
Format: Paperback
Harriet Tubman was one of the bravest Americans in history. At a young age, she knew slavery was wrong. She escaped and helped many others escape also. Her work didn't end there! She was important in the Civil War and the fight for women's rights. Harriet Tubman-an awesome American and abolitionist!
Rosa Parks: Mother of a Movement
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 14971
ISBN: 978-0-635-01497-9
Format: Paperback
Rosa Parks was a civil rights activist. She is best known for her bravery when she refused to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man. Little did she know what kind of massive movement that one small refusal would start!
Chief Powhatan: Powerful Native American Leader
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 1498X
ISBN: 978-0-635-01498-6
Format: Paperback
Chief Powhatan was the powerful ruler of the Powhatan Indians of Virginia. He commanded great respect and fear from his tribe. The interactions between the Powhatans and the Jamestown colonists were both productive and destructive. One of the most famous Powhatans was Pocahontas-Chief Powhatan's daughter.
Pocahontas: Legendary Indian Princess
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15064
ISBN: 978-0-635-01506-8
Format: Paperback
Pocahontas was the legendary daughter of the powerful Chief Powhatan. She was brave as a child and young woman. Her curiosity about the English colonists led her to become an important part of their lives. She could very well be considered the first female American ambassador!

These popular readers include easy-to-read information, fun facts and trivia, humor, activities, and a whole lot more. They are great for ages 5-11 (grades K-5), because although simple, these readers have substance and really engage kids with their stories. They are great for social studies, meeting state and national curriculum standards, individual and group reading programs, centers, library programs, and have many other terrific educational uses. Get the Answer Key for the Quizzes! Click HERE.

Nat Turner: Anti-slavery Revolutionary
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15307
ISBN: 978-0-635-01530-3
Format: Paperback
Nat Turner-the name evokes both fear and awe. Born and raised in slavery, Nat was part of a bloody slave uprising in Virginia. People have differing views of Nat Turner-some see him as a hero and some as a madman. Whatever the viewpoint, America has to admit that he impacted our history.
Ada Deer: Notable Native American
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15420
ISBN: 978-0-635-01542-6
Format: Paperback
Ada Deer is a Menominee Indian. She made her mark in history when she was appointed the first female Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs in 1993. Always a champion of her tribe's cause, Ada Deer has an impressive record of success.
Vel Phillips: African American Politician
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15536
ISBN: 978-0-635-01553-2
Format: Paperback
Vel Phillips is an amazing woman. She was the first African American (and woman) in many state government positions in Wisconsin. She fought tirelessly for civil rights . . . and succeeded. A true pioneer in Wisconsin's civil rights movement - Vel Phillips.
Color Purple & All That Jazz!: African American Achievements in the Arts
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 1579X
ISBN: 978-0-635-01579-2
Format: Paperback
Their talent is amazing! From writers to sculptors. Dancers to painters. Poets to musicians. Singers to quilters. No matter the medium, African American artists have excelled in no small way. They made our hearts sing and our eyes see!
Let's Quilt Our African American Heritage & Stuff It Topographically!
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15773
ISBN: 978-0-635-01577-8
Format: Paperback
They took feed sacks, cigar wrappers, scraps of fabric, and turned them into beautiful bedcovers. Some hang in the most famous American museums today! A quilt is a story that can keep you warm at night!
Kitchen House: How Yesterday's Black Women Created Today's Most Popular & Famous American Foods!
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15811
ISBN: 978-0-635-01581-5
Format: Paperback
This 36-page reproducible book describes how yesterday's black women created today's most popular and famous American foods! They came with a few benne in their pockets and perhaps some spices from the Caribbean islands. Winter and summer they toiled in hot brick kitchen houses. They fed the many with few ingredients, supplies, or tools. But they worked culinary magic! They came, they saw, they cooked!
Out of the Mouths of Slaves: African American Oral History
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15803
ISBN: 978-0-635-01580-8
Format: Paperback
African American oral history lessons that will help students learn to listen to their words and to their hearts. In their own words, they made us cry, laugh, and understand.
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