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illustrated biography of Nelson Mandela
is ideal for young readers who are seeking basic information about the
President of South Africa’s life and overview of his experiences that include
his childhood, political activism and time spent as a political prisoner.
Since the author uses a
magazine style format to tell Mandela’s story, this would be an ideal paperback
to use with older, reluctant readers or middle school students who are not yet
reading on grade level.
Teachers, librarians, and home
schooling parents will want to consider adding this book to their collection of
titles that will hold the attention and interest of young readers who are just
beginning their study of individuals who have changed the course of