In this illustrated biography from the Leaders Like Us series, you'll learn about the early life and greatest accomplishments of philosopher and activist, Grace Lee Boggs.
Grace Lee Boggs was a Chinese American woman who went from earning a PhD in philosophy to becoming an activist in the black power movement in Detroit. She used ideas about revolution to inspire people to create a new world and imagine a new way of living. Learn about Grace Lee Bogg's life and accomplishments in this nonfiction biography, part of the Leaders Like Us series. Featuring 24 pages with vibrant illustrations, this children’s book also includes a timeline, post-reading questions, and an interactive activity to help develop reading comprehension skills.
History is filled with inspiring leaders who made a difference in their communities and in our world. Each book in this illustrated biography series tells the story of an important leader in science, the arts, government, activism, and other fields. Texts focus on each leader's early life and greatest accomplishments. Each book includes a time line, questions for discussion, and an extension activity.