332170: The Time Traveler"s Adventure: Rosa Parks; Not Giving In with  Buffalo Biff and Farley" Raiders, Book with CD The Time Traveler's Adventure: Rosa Parks; Not Giving In with Buffalo Biff and Farley' Raiders, Book with CD
By James Collins / Toy Box Productions

On December 1, 1955, seamstress Rosa Parks changed America forever when she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white patron on a Montgomery, Alabama city bus. She was found guilty of disorderly conduct, which lead directly to the famous Montgomery Bus Boycott. Join the Raiders as they time-travel to the 50s getting a close-up view of this brave and humble woman and learn of her many following years working to educate and improve equal rights for America's citizens.

An audio CD that comes with this book tells the story in a fun, educational way, and is loaded with exciting sound effects. Then the story repeats 3 times, leaving out one main character's part for the reader to fill in to become the character of their choice. Recommended for ages 5 to 9.

066893: Rosa Parks Biography FunBook Rosa Parks Biography FunBook
By Carole Marsh & Sherry Moss(Editor) / Gallopade International

Everyone's favorite way to learn about America's bravest civil rights leaders! Easy-to-read information, facts, trivia, humor and activities are all included in Biography Funbooks! Ages 7-12. paperback.
Slideshow pictures courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, (search for Rosa Parks)

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Sign on a bus honoring Rosa Parks
Rosa Parks intended grave, but not her final resting place
Rosa Parks Freedom Chapel Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit
Rosa Parks funeral
Rosa Parks
Rosa Parks memorial
Rosa Parks statue Dallas, Texas
Close-up of Dallas statue
Another view of Dallas statue
The King Center, Rosa Parks room
Rosa Parks statue Eugene, Oregon
The bus on which Rosa refused to give up her seat
The interior of the bus
The police report when she was arrested
Rosa Parks receives an award from Bill Clinton
Article about the bus boycott