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Gandhi: A March to the Sea
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- Families can talk about rules and fairness. Is it OK to break a rule you think is unfair? Does it matter why or how you defy it? Who decides when a rule is unjust?
Gandhi and his supporters protest what they feel are unjust laws imposed by the British government with nonviolent action. How is this similar to -- and different from -- the American Revolution? Do you think nonviolent protest would have led to American freedom?
Do you like picture books about real people? What other picture book biographies have you read?
- Author: Alice B. McGinty
- Illustrator: Thomas Gonzalez
- Genre: History
- Topics: Great Boy Role Models, History, Misfits and Underdogs
- Book type: Non-Fiction
- Publisher: Amazon Children's Publishing
- Publication date: April 2, 2013
- Publisher's recommended age(s): 8 - 12
- Number of pages: 40
- Available on: Hardback
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