New York : Lee & Low Books, ©1996.
111 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Preface: Rosa Parks: Model of Courage, Symbol of Freedom
Foreword by Gregory J. Reed
Commentary by Elaine Eason Steele
Introduction by Rosa Parks
The Most Commonly Asked Questions from Letters to Mrs. Parks
The Letters: 1. Courage and Hope
2. The Power of Knowledge and Education
3. Living with God
4. Pathways to freedom
5. Making a difference
Rosa Parks: The Life and Times of an American Hero
Where to Write to Mrs. Parks.
Presents correspondence between Rosa Parks and various children in which the "Mother of the Modern Day Civil Rights Movement" answers questions and encourages young people to reach their highest potential.