Coretta: The Autobiography of Mrs. Coretta Scott King

By Coretta Scott King


Publication Date: January 2, 2024

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Ages 4 to 8

Celebrate the life of the extraordinary civil and human rights activist Coretta Scott King with this picture book adaptation of her critically acclaimed adult memoir.

This is the autobiography of Coretta Scott King—the founder of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (The King Center), the wife of Martin Luther King Jr., and a singular twentieth-century American civil and human rights activist. Learn about how a girl born in the segregated Deep South became a global leader at the forefront of the peace movement and an unforgettable champion of social change. Resilience, bravery, and joy lie at the center of this timeless story about fighting for justice against all odds.

About the Author

Coretta Scott King was one of the leaders of the American Civil Rights Movement and a lifelong champion of social change. She supported pro-democracy movements across the globe and traveled the world advocating for racial and economic justice, religious freedom, access to education, and many more pressing social concerns.

Ekua Holmes is an award-winning mixed-media artist from Roxbury, Massachusetts. She is well known as a community activist in New England and runs a public art program at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

Format: Hardcover Picture Book

Length: 40 pages

Publisher: Godwin Books

Publication Date: January 2, 2024

ISBN: 9781250167101

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