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I've always disliked books with slavery in it but this book shines a different light on slavery. I recommend this to ages 10 and up! It's really good. EnjoyPublished 16 months ago by Chloe Creason
Everything turned out great! Thanks! It was exactly what I expected and it has been a great tool for me to use!Published 19 months ago by David Davis
Fifth graders to middle schoolers should enjoy this story of survival during the reconstruction period. Ending with a question of how we can deal with prejudice today.Published 22 months ago by ReeRee
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Forty Acres and Maybe A Mule - Harriette Gillem Robinet
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My 5th grader is required to read this book for his ELA class in school - he has a hard time reading, but with it on my Kindle and him having the "perk" of taking it to... Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by CharFlippo
This is a fantastic book to use as a read-aloud for a classroom to give a more personal effect to the Reconstruction period of the United States after the Civil War. Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by Afwoods28