This is a 7.5 x 7.5 inches, 40 pages softcover from the Ordinary People Change the World series.
It was a time in America when laws were not fair. If you were black, you could not use the same schools, restaurants, water fountains, etc. On city buses, dark skin meant you had to ride in the back. One day Rosa dared to stay seated on a bus when the driver told her to get up for a white rider. With quiet determination she ignited a Civil Rights movement that ended up changing our country's unfair laws forever.