Elvis: The Story of the Rock and Roll King

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An only child, a mama’s boy―Elvis was a shy kid who struggled to make friends and found comfort singing in church and learning guitar. While in high school, he continued his music but was often ridiculed by students. On a whim, he recorded a song for his mom’s birthday at Sun Record Studios as part of a customer promotion. The studio loved it so much that they sent it to local record stations . . . and the rest is history. Here is the story of how a poor kid from Tupelo, Mississippi, became an American legend.

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Help students understand a bit about the culture of the 50’s by reading about life of the King of Rock and Roll. Enjoy reading about Elvis as a child growing up in a poor family in Mississippi, and how he sang in church from an early age, plus the development of his own style of music.

  • Tapestry of Grace families: This is one of the replacements for America in the Time of Martin Luther King, Jr. and is read for 1 week.
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