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Maya Angelou
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Maya Angelou

Series: Little guides to great lives

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9781786275066

Publication Date: 30 Sep 2019

Subject: History

Suitable for: Primary (Year 3, Year 4, Year 5)

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Introduces the life and legacy of African-American writer and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou.

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Introduces the life and legacy of African-American writer and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou.

Maya Angelou was a writer, singer, dancer, teacher and civil rights activist. She campaigned for equal rights for black people in the USA and in South Africa. She travelled around the world, but she never forgot where she came from.

Follow Maya's journey from her grandma's grocery store to reading a poem for President Bill Clinton.

Category
JNF
Subject
History
Dewey
920
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Illustrations
Full colour illus throughout
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Pub. date
30 Sep 2019
Edition
First
ISBN
9781786275066
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Binding
Hardback
Pages
64
Width
154mm
Height
196mm
Weight
224g
Index
Yes
Glossary
Yes
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