Cesar Chavez: Crusader For Social Change (Signature Lives: Modern America)
Cesar Chavez: Crusader for Social Change (Signature Lives: Modern America)
Growing up in a family of migrant farm workers, Cesar Chavez saw the poor working conditions farm laborers faced firsthand. As an adult, Chavez worked to improve the lives of farm workers who often had limited resources and struggled to provide for their families. His lifes work as a civil rights leader helped countless laborers as he led them in peaceful work strikes and boycotts.
Biographies are one way teachers and librarians can encourage students to look for positive role models, and this series is an excellent place to start. The books, intended for middle school readers, provide solid basic information about a variety of imp --VOYA
Brenda Haugens biography of Cesar Chavez (from the series Signature Lives: Modern America.) is an inviting and thorough exploration of this American civil rights leader. The highquality production of expository text and photographic features, explores Ch --Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
About the Author
Brenda Haugen is a Coughlan Publishing author.