Little People, Big Dreams - Rosa Parks
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Rosa Parks was a civil rights activist in the United States. She did grow up in Alabama when it was still racially segregated. Their refusal to give up their seat on the bus to a white man led to the abolition of racial segregation on public transport. Little People, Big Dreams tells the impressive life stories of great personalities: each of these women, whether artist, pilot or scientist, has achieved the unimaginable. It all started when they were little: with big dreams! For what ages are these books the perfect gift for babies to welcome them into a world full of dreams! This book encourages parents on sleepless nights to make reading aloud a natural part of life. Toddlers will enjoy enchanting illustrations and will discover numerous things.
Also, the books are great "vocabulary trainers"! 3- to 5-year-olds will soak up everything, illustrations and texts! 6-, 8- and 10-year-olds have a better understanding of the illustrations and the meaning of the story - es is not only about accepting yourself and realizing your own dreams for the future, but also about accepting others for who they are. Later: The books are good gifts for every occasion, because the dreams of childhood can last a lifetime Become reality.