Reviewed by E.A. (age 7)
I like this book, because the illustrations are really good. After the illustrator colored the pictures, he scraped some of the crayon off. My favorite part is when he plays football with his Dad because I play football with my Dad on the weekends. This book is similar to "Good Afternoon Martin Luther King", because it is the story of his life.
I recommend this book to second and third graders because I think that they can read it, and I think other second and third graders will like Martin Luther King books, too.