The Story of Harriet Tubman, Paperback: A Biography Book for New Readers

Item# 9781646111091
$5.99
Learn how Harriet Tubman, a determined young girl, became an important figure in American history by leading the fight to free people from slavery. Discover how she used the Underground... Read more

Learn how Harriet Tubman, a determined young girl, became an important figure in American history by leading the fight to free people from slavery. Discover how she used the Underground Railroad, a network of secret routes and safe houses, to free herself and many others. Delve into her courageous spirit and let it inspire you. This book includes a visual timeline, a glossary of key terms, and recall questions. Suitable for ages 6-8. 68 pages softcover.

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Harriet Tubman was a leader who fought to help free people from slavery. She used something called the Underground Railroad to help herself and others escape to safety. This was a secret system of routes and safe places. Harriet Tubman was once a slave, but she never gave up hope that she and others could be free. She showed courage and determination as she went from being a slave on a plantation in Maryland to becoming one of the most important figures in American history. Her story is sure to inspire you! The book includes a visual timeline of the important events in Harriet Tubman's life, a glossary of key terms, and questions to help you remember what you learned. It is 68 pages long, has a softcover, and is recommended for ages 6-8.

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Brand: Rockridge Press

Publisher Date: 04/07/2020

Author: Christine Platt

Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.8

UPC: 9781646111091

Ages: 6-9

Pages: 68