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Rosa Parks's Childhood



Rosa Parks's Childhood

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     challenging words:    born, refused, sundown, longer, lived, kindly, cotton, early, stories, also, grandpa, person, freedom, life, between, free
     content words:    Rosa Parks, When Rosa, Pine Level


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Rosa Parks's Childhood
By Erin Horner
  

1     On February 4, 1913, Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. When Rosa was two years old, she moved to Pine Level, Alabama. She and her baby brother moved in with her grandparents. They lived on a farm. They raised chickens and grew vegetables. Rosa enjoyed life on the farm. She liked to help her grandparents. Rosa used to pick cotton in the fall. It was hard work. Rosa worked from "can to can't." They would start to work when you can see the sun at dawn and stop when you can't at sundown. In her free time, Rosa liked to go fishing. She also loved to read. Rosa was a very smart girl. She learned a lot from the books that she read. She also learned a lot from her grandpa. Rosa's grandpa told her .....
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