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Martin Luther King [Oxford Bookworms]
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0194233634, Paperback)This full-color series presents nonfiction topics about interesting places and subjects. Each title features color photographs and a glossary to help with vocabulary comprehension. Exercises and suggestions for project work are also included. The books are graded at 400-to 1,400-word vocabulary levels. Audio "CDs or "Cassettes are available for select titles.
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"The United States in the 1950s and 60s was a troubled place. Black people were angry, because they did not have the same rights as whites. It was a time of bombs and killings. But above the angry noise came the voice of one man - a man of peace. 'I have a dream, ' said Martin Luther King, and it was a dream of blacks and whites living together in peace and freedom. This is the story of an extraordinary man, who changes American history in his short life."--Page 4 of cover.
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