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Way Up and Over Everything by Alice McGill
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Apr 05, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: social-studies

This is a story that was told by slaves hundres of years ago and has been passed down. It is about a small group of Africans who are captured and sold to a plantation owner. Not long after, they disapear and the other slaves see them flying away. The book gives some insight at a child's level of what slavery was like in the south and how many slaves would dream of freedom. The book would be good to use when teaching about slavery and plantations.

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