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Arthur Ashe: Tennis Great & Civil Rights Leader (Legendary Athletes)

by Chros Mcdougall

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I would recommend this book for individuals who want to learn about Arthur Ashe. I liked how this book was very organized. When you first open the book, it provides the reader with a table of contents. I also liked its text features such as bolded words to identify key vocabulary and its side notes that contained extra information about Arthur Ashe. In addition, I liked how this book provided a time line on page 96. By adding this, I thought it was great for visual learners so that they can see all of Arthur Ashe's achievements in a different way. The main idea of this book was to provide readers information about the great tennis player and Civil rights Leader, Arthur Ashe. ( )
  Emoy1 | Feb 29, 2016 |
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Discusses the personal life and sports career of the African-American tennis champion, Arthur Ashe, as well as his struggles with racism and AIDS.

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