- By Kathleen V. Kudlinski Robert Brown

Harriet Tubman: Freedom's Trailblazer

  • Title: Harriet Tubman: Freedom's Trailblazer
  • Author: Kathleen V. Kudlinski Robert Brown
  • ISBN: 9780689848667
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Harriet Tubman Freedom s Trailblazer One of the most popular series ever published for young Americans these classics have been praised alike by parents teachers and librarians With these lively inspiring fictionalized biographies e

    One of the most popular series ever published for young Americans, these classics have been praised alike by parents, teachers, and librarians With these lively, inspiring, fictionalized biographies easily read by children of eight and up today s youngster is swept right into history.

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    1. Summary: A slave girl named Harriet Tubman, risked her life to be a run away slave she wanted to be free. Many slaves trusted Harriet to travel to the North so they could be free. She risked her life to save others.Main Character #1: Harriet Tubman was the main character of this book. She was a slave for Master Brodas in Charleston, Maryland. She ran away from Maryland to be free in the North.Main Character #2: John Tubman was another main character in my book. He was a freeman. He was married t [...]

    2. • Genre in which book belongs and intended age rangeThe genre in which this book belongs is informational/biographies. The intended age range is 4th grade through 8th grade. • Simple one or two sentence summaryThe book tells the story of the childhood of Harriet Tubman. • Curriculum connectionFacts and information can be learned about the great historical figure Harriet Tubman. Students can practice telling the story of their life. • Your opinion or reaction to the bookThis book was inte [...]

    3. I loved reading this book! I learned so much about Harriet Tubman, and it was fun to see her whole life, including a lot of childhood, instead of just the well-known or famous parts. The only hesitation I have is that it is presented in storybook format, so it is always in the back of my mind where the facts end and the fictionalized blending starts, but I do look forward to collecting others from this series and seeing what they have to offer. Wouldn't it be fun to learn about the childhood of [...]

    4. Well my brother was coming home from school, and bought home some new books. He had purchased them from B&N on a field trip. I happen to pick up this book because I was interested in Harriet Tubman's childhood. This book was truly inspiring because it talks about the childhood of the woman that rescued over 300 slaves on the Underground railroad, risking her live! From this book you can see how Tubman "arose" to save the slaves. I would recommend this book to anyone that is interested in his [...]

    5. This book was really good. I was able to pull a lot of discussion questions from it for my class.Harriet was an amazing woman, with such a hard life. And while it was different after the Civil War, I wouldn't say that life was ever easy for her. Truly an inspiration. I thought it gave a wonderful, easy to read history of her.

    6. A really heartwarming book about how Harriet Tubman freed her clan by listening to her heart and not being afraid.

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