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If a Bus Could Talk: The Story of Rosa Parks: The Story of Rosa Parks

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  • Seller:pamwil
  • Sales Rank:11,162,225
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
  • Media:School & Library Binding
  • Number Of Items:1
  • Pages:32
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):1
  • Dimensions (in):11.7 x 10 x 0.4
  • Publication Date:January 2003
  • ISBN:0613616332
  • EAN:9780613616331
  • ASIN:0613616332
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Synopsis
If a bus could talk, it would tell the story of a young African-American girl named Rosa who had to walk miles to her one-room schoolhouse in Alabama while white children rode to their school in a bus. It would tell how the adult Rosa rode to and from work on a segregated city bus and couldn't sit in the same row as a white person. It would tell of the fateful day when Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white man and how that act of courage inspired others around the world to stand up for freedom.
In this book a bus does talk, and on her way to school a girl named Marcie learns why Rosa Parks is the mother of the Civil Rights movement. At the end of Marcie's magical ride, she meets Rosa Parks herself at a birthday party with several distinguished guests. Wait until she tells her class about this!

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