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From Slavery to Freedom with Harriet Tubman (My American Journey)

by Deborah Hedstrom-Page

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 080543268X, Hardcover)

For students ages eight to fourteen, the MY AMERICAN JOURNEY series presents a true history of the United States with a cleverly helpful dose of fiction.

Each of these first four books (in a projected series of ten) recounts highlights from the life of a true American founder or social pioneer. But to engage a student’s interest from page one, a fictional narrator - usually a school-age person who somehow knew the main hero - tells the story with youthful vigor.

Adding to Deborah Hedstrom-Page’s unique lessons are plentiful illustrations from Sergio Martinez (Max Lucado’s You Are Special). Each book also contains study questions for every chapter and other educational helps.

Harriet Tubman (1822-1913) was an African-American abolitionist. Born into slavery herself, she helped hundreds of slaves escape to the North via the Underground Railroad during the Civil War.

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Fourteen-year-old Quaker Joshua Whitaker assists Harriet Tubman when runaway slaves journey through Philadelphia using the Underground Railroad.

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