Martin Luther King Jr., Day for PreK-3
Posted on January 8, 2021
Have you ever felt left out or that things just aren’t fair? Martin Luther King, Jr. did too. Explore Martin’s experience with racism as a young man and how it inspired him to work peacefully towards equality for all. Use your Library card and PIN to access these resources.
Martin’s Big Words
By Doreen Rappaport
Log in to BookFlix and type MARTIN LUTHER KING in the search box. Listen to some quotations from a few of his beloved speeches in this beautifully illustrated biography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Explore the puzzlers and word match to learn more.
By Ntozake Shange
Log in to BookFlix and type MARTIN LUTHER KING in the search box. This extraordinary poetic text captures the movement for civil rights in the United States and honors its most elegant inspiration, Coretta Scott. Explore the puzzlers and word match to learn more.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
By Emma E. Haldy
This biography is for the earliest readers. Includes a timeline and other informational background presented in an age-appropriate way. Explore more titles on hoopla by typing MARTIN LUTHER KING in the Advanced Keyword Search box.
Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Peaceful Leader
By Sarah Albee
The life of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is introduced in this early reader biography. Explore more titles on hoopla by typing MARTIN LUTHER KING in the Advanced Keyword Search box.
Martin Luther King Jr.
By Dona Herweck
Learn all about his interesting and inspiring life in this engaging biographical reader that features informational text, vibrant images and a timeline of King’s life. Explore more titles on hoopla by typing MARTIN LUTHER KING in the Advanced Keyword Search box.
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