Item description for Walking the Road to Freedom (Creative Minds Biography) by Jeri Chase Ferris...
Overview Traces the life of the Black woman orator who spoke out against slavery throughout New England and the Midwest.
Publishers Description Carolrhoda's best-selling Creative Minds Biographies series appeals to a wide range of readers. Written in story format, these biographies also include inviting black-and-white illustrations.
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Studio: Lerner Classroom
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1989
Publisher Carolrhoda Books
Series Creative Minds Biographies
ISBN 0876145055 ISBN13 9780876145050
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More About Jeri Chase Ferris
Jeri Chase Ferris is the award-winning author of eleven biographies for children and young adults. She specializes in biographies of women and minorities - people who have done great and important deeds, but have been overlooked in history. "We all like to be treated fairly," Jeri says. "Many of the people I write about were not treated fairly. My books set the record straight." She lives in California. This is her first book with Houghton Mifflin. Visit her website at www.jerichaseferris.com!
Jeri Chase Ferris currently resides in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Walking the Road to Freedom (Creative Minds Biography)?
An excellent childrens' book! Nov 14, 2000
My mother bought me these books when I was in the 3rd grade. They got me through many book reports and biography assignments in elementary school. I had never heard of Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth or Benjamin Banneker before. Even now that I am in college I remember things I learned from these books! I have never had a professor mention Sojourner Truth, but I can't listen to a lecture on slavery or African-American women and not think about this book! These books are simple enough for any child to understand, and it might just spark they're interest in history too.