This simple information book for younger readers uses short chapters and panels of text set amid a wealth of archive photographs to tell the story of Martin Luther King Jr and his activism in the civil rights movement. It explains his policy of peaceful protest, and his part in organising marches and demonstrations aimed at bringing about change. His famous 'I have a dream speech' and his assassination are dealt with. The text adopts an informal style, with direct appeals to the reader to engage with the material. A quiz and glossary are included.