Robert Sengstacke Abbott

A Man, a Paper, and a Parade
By Susan Engle

The written word is a powerful tool. Used carefully and effectively, it can change the way the world looks at specific issues. Robert Sengstacke Abbott was well aware of the power of the written word, having helped his step-father produce a community paper in Georgia....

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Roadtrip

Discovering Weird and Wonderful Places
By Shelba Oberto

Roadtrip: Discovering Weird and Wonderful Places by Shelba Oberto is an adventure trip for young readers, who are taken through every state in the United States of America with Kaylee and Jimmy. The teacher gives them loads of schoolwork to do on the way, the...

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Rosa Sat....

A True Story about People Who Pressed On
By Lucy Erber

Based on the rhyme “Rosa sat, so that Martin could walk. So Barack could run, so our children can fly – Yes, we can!” this children’s book tells the true story, in simple language and delightful photos, of the Black Americans who led the struggle...

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