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Harriet Tubman: Hero of the Underground Railroad

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After escaping slavery, Harriet Tubman led others to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Find out how she also helped win the war that freed all slaves.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by Picture Window Books
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this book has won many awards it's time such as 7 American Inhouse Graphic Design Award, Children's Book Committee & Bank Street College of Education, and in 2008 The Best Children's Books of the Year. how could this book not win an award when it's telling a story about one of the most greatest woman ever to be alive. this book was created for an age range of five to nine years of age. just spoke talks about the incredible journey Harriet Tubman took to be a free woman. the amazing part come...more
Lisa Hartmann
Harriet Tubman: Hero of the Underground Railroad by Lori Mortensen is a non fiction story great for elementary school age children. I really enjoyed reading this book. I personally did not realize how much of a hero this woman was. Harriett Tubman grew up as a slave and had an extremely difficult life. She spent her young life as a slave in several different homes and didn't seem to lose her drive for freedom and her spirit to help others. Once she followed the underground railroad she was a fre...more
This introduction to Harriet Tubman includes key events in her life as slave and her many achievements throughout her long life, including her work during the Civil War and as a suffragist.

Mixed media illustrations are reminiscent of story quilts and hold the viewer's interest if the text is read aloud. Back matter includes a timeline, facts about Tubman, a glossary, and a further reading list.

Recommended for grades 3-5, especially during Black History Month.
This is a very well written biography of Harriet Tubman. It reveals some of the commonly unshared information of her life like the facts about her first husband and the work that she did during and after the Civil War. Typically, that information is pushed aside and the focus is solely on her accomplishments for the Underground Railroad, which are extraordinary but not the only thing worth mentioning about her. I liked the text and I enjoyed the afterword that I felt revealed more new informatio...more
This is a good introduction to young readers and listeners about Harriet Tubman. The book has a very PG description of the horrors of slavery and is best suited for K-3rd grade.
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