"David Diaz, 2004), and the bibliography's contents are older than the book's audience in both age and level, this is still a sturdy, worthwhile addition to the series and a primary look at a significant mover and shaker in our country's social history. (Picture book/biography. 8-10)"
In their umpteenth biography for younger audiences (albeit the first featuring a figure of Latino descent), the Adlers focus almost entirely on highlights of Chavez's youth and public career as a labor leader but also convey a clear sense of his strong social conscience and his deeply rooted commitment to nonviolence.
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