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Books with title Martin's Dream

  • Martin's Dream

    Jane Kurtz, Amy June Bates

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, Nov. 25, 2008)
    In 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech that proclaimed that it was time - long overdue - for all men to be treated as equals. Today his beliefs are more important than ever, and author Jane Kurtz explains Dr. King's words in language even the youngest reader can understand.
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  • Martin's Dream

    Jane Kurtz, Amy June Bates

    eBook (Simon Spotlight, Nov. 16, 2010)
    In 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech that proclaimed that it was time - long overdue - for all men to be treated as equals. Today his beliefs are more important than ever, and author Jane Kurtz explains Dr. King's words in language even the youngest reader can understand.
  • Martin's Dream Day

    Kitty Kelley, Stanley Tretick

    Hardcover (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Jan. 3, 2017)
    Bestselling author and journalist Kitty Kelley combines her elegant storytelling with Stanley Tretick’s iconic photographs to transport readers to the 1963 March on Washington, bringing that historic day vividly to life for a new generation.Martin Luther King Jr. was nervous. Standing at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, he was about to address 250,000 people with what would become known as his “I Have a Dream Speech”—the most famous speech of his life. This day—August 28, 1963—was a momentous day in the Civil Rights Movement. It was the culmination of years spent leading marches, sit-ins, and boycotts across the South to bring attention to the plight of African Americans. Years spent demanding equality for all. Years spent dreaming of the day that black people would have the same rights as white people, and would be treated with the same dignity and respect. It was time for Martin to share his dream.
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  • Martin's Dream Day

    Kitty Kelley, Stanley Tretick

    eBook (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Jan. 3, 2017)
    Bestselling author and journalist Kitty Kelley combines her elegant storytelling with Stanley Tretick’s iconic photographs to transport readers to the 1963 March on Washington, bringing that historic day vividly to life for a new generation.Martin Luther King Jr. was nervous. Standing at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, he was about to address 250,000 people with what would become known as his “I Have a Dream Speech”—the most famous speech of his life. This day—August 28, 1963—was a momentous day in the Civil Rights Movement. It was the culmination of years spent leading marches, sit-ins, and boycotts across the South to bring attention to the plight of African Americans. Years spent demanding equality for all. Years spent dreaming of the day that black people would have the same rights as white people, and would be treated with the same dignity and respect. It was time for Martin to share his dream.
  • Martin's Dream

    Jane Kurtz, Amy June Bates

    Library Binding (Simon & Schuster, April 9, 2009)
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  • Marie's Dream

    Jennifer Howells, Kelsey Dzintars, Joseph O'Connor

    eBook (Dancing Waters Press, LLC, April 25, 2017)
    After finding a pair of magical ballerina shoes at the bottom of the sea, Marie is taken on a mystical adventure. The story unfolds with a twist, inspiring readers young and old.
  • Marie's Dream

    Jennifer Waters Howells, Joseph O'Connor, Kelsey Dzintars

    Paperback (Dancing Waters Press, April 12, 2017)
    After finding a pair of magical ballerina shoes at the bottom of the sea, Marie is taken on a mystical adventure. The story unfolds with a twist, inspiring readers young and old.
  • Martin's Dream

    Jane Kurtz

    Paperback (Aladdin Paperbacks, Jan. 1, 2009)
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  • Martin's Dream

    Jane Kurtz

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, March 15, 1750)
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  • Martin's Dream Day

    Kitty Kelley, Stanley Tretick

    eBook (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Jan. 3, 2017)
    Bestselling author and journalist Kitty Kelley combines her elegant storytelling with Stanley Tretick’s iconic photographs to transport readers to the 1963 March on Washington, bringing that historic day vividly to life for a new generation.Martin Luther King Jr. was nervous. Standing at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, he was about to address 250,000 people with what would become known as his “I Have a Dream Speech”—the most famous speech of his life. This day—August 28, 1963—was a momentous day in the Civil Rights Movement. It was the culmination of years spent leading marches, sit-ins, and boycotts across the South to bring attention to the plight of African Americans. Years spent demanding equality for all. Years spent dreaming of the day that black people would have the same rights as white people, and would be treated with the same dignity and respect. It was time for Martin to share his dream.
  • Mark's Dream Team

    Alan MacDonald

    Paperback (Oxford University Press, June 13, 2002)
    Mark's favourite player, striker Robbie Kidd, is presenting the cup at a five-a-side tournament. The only way Mark can meet him is if his team wins. No problem!Well, maybe just a small one. His best friend Kenny is totally useless. But Mark can't leave him out of the side - can he?
  • Martin's Dream

    Jane Kurtz

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, Nov. 25, 2008)
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