Feature Books: MLKJr.

Dave the Potter: Artist, Poet, Slave. by Laban Carrick Hill/Illustrated by Bryan Collier. 2010. Little Brown and Company. Caldecott Honor Book, Coretta Scott King Winner.

January's Sparrow. By Patricia Polacco. 2009. Philomel Books. 

Racial questions:
Skin Again. by Bell Hooks/Illustrated by Chris Raschka. 2004. Jump at the Sun-Hyperion Books for Children.

The Other Side. Jacqueline Woodson/Illustrated by E. B. Lewis. 2001. G. P. Putnam's Sons.

These HandsMason, Margaret H. Illo-Cooper, Floyd. 2010. Houghton Mifflin Books for Children. NY

Gender Expectations:
Mary's Penny. by Tanya Landman/Illustrated by Richard Holland. 2010. Candlewick Press.

Basketball Belles: How Two Teams and One Scrappy Player Put Women's Hoops on the Map. by Sue Macy/Illustrated by Matt Collins. 2011. Holiday House.

The Bravest Woman in America. by Marissa Moss/Illustrated by Ansdrea U'ren. 2011. Tricycle Press.

Civil Rights Struggle:
Marching for Freedom: Walk Together Children and Don't Grow Weary. by Elizabeth Partridge with photo artifacts. 2009. Penguin Young Readers Group. Jane Addams Award book, National Book Award Finalist.

The Day Gogo Went to Vote: South Africa, April 1994. by Elinor Batezat Sisulu/Illustrated by Sharon Wilson. 1996. Little Brown and Company.

If A Bus Could Talk: The Story of Rosa Parks. by Faith Ringgold. 1999. Simon and Schuster/Alladin Books. A Reading Rainbow Book

Rosa. by Nikki Giovanni/Illustrated by Brian Collier. 2005. Henry Holt and Company. A Caldecott Honor Book.RosaIf a Bus Could Talk: The Story of Rosa Parks

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