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Bonnie Bader



Bonnie Bader lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Average rating: 4.11 · 5,410 ratings · 675 reviews · 68 distinct worksSimilar authors
Who Was Martin Luther King,...

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Who Was Christopher Columbus?

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Who Was Alexander Graham Bell?

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Who Was Jacqueline Kennedy?

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Who Was Robert E. Lee?

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What Is the World Cup?

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“Red cards are for more serious offenses. They are given for violent play, spitting at an opponent or official, denying a goal by handling the ball (except for the goalie), purposely”
Bonnie Bader, What Is the World Cup?

“Everywhere he looked there were “Whites Only” signs. Blacks could not go into many hotels, restaurants, and stores. Blacks could not even drink out of the same water fountains as whites. In many cities, blacks had to ride in the back of a bus. If they tried to sit in the front, they were thrown in jail. And if black people wanted to go to a movie theater, they had to sit way up in the balcony. These rules were called Jim Crow laws.”
Bonnie Bader, Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.?

“1951, Martin graduated from Crozer. He was the top student in his class.”
Bonnie Bader, Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.?

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