I Have a Dream is a written speech by Martin Luther King that moved and inspired America more than 40 years ago, in August 1963. The speech is divided in 15 parts in the book. Then it touched every individual and draw great attention to the problems of slavery and racism. But this work is actual even now and is strongly recommended to be read by anyone. Children can appreciate it as well. There are many illustrations depicting that period of history. At the end of the speech you can find some interesting biographical information.
This book is a record of the famous speech by Martin Luther King dated by August 28, 1963 who has inspired by it the entire America and the whole world. This speech was revolutionary in all ways because it called for racial equality and the end of discrimination. The book has a foreword written by Coretta Scott King and also contains paintings by Coretta Scott King Award and Honor Book Artists.
The life of Benjamin Franklin is stranger than fiction. Its realities surpass the idealities of novelists. Imagination would scarcely venture to portray such victories over poverty obscurity difficulties and hardships. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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