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A Man Called Garvey : The Life and Times of the Great Leader Marcus Garvey
by Paloma Mohamed and Barrington Braithwaite


Overview - An inspirational story of a man whose love for his people and whose vision of a better life created one of the greatest mass movements of all time. Before Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., there was Marcus Garvey.This is the long anticipated and much needed children's biography of the life and work of the great organizer and leader of African Americans, Marcus Mosiah Garvey."A Man Called Garvey" distills a vast amount of historical content into a fast paced and entertaining soujourn for young readers.This book is beautifully and sensitively illustrated and is suitable for children from ages six upward.Any parent or educator wishing to teach about moral courage, self esteem, love for humanity and perseverence should try this book.  Read more...

 
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Overview
An inspirational story of a man whose love for his people and whose vision of a better life created one of the greatest mass movements of all time. Before Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., there was Marcus Garvey.This is the long anticipated and much needed children's biography of the life and work of the great organizer and leader of African Americans, Marcus Mosiah Garvey."A Man Called Garvey" distills a vast amount of historical content into a fast paced and entertaining soujourn for young readers.This book is beautifully and sensitively illustrated and is suitable for children from ages six upward.Any parent or educator wishing to teach about moral courage, self esteem, love for humanity and perseverence should try this book.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780912469409
  • ISBN-10: 0912469404
  • Publisher: Majority Press
  • Publish Date: April 2004
  • Page Count: 33
  • Reading Level: Ages 8-12

Series: Majority Press Wisdom for Children Series #1

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