From School Library Journal
Elizabeth Fernandez, Brunswick Middle School, Greenwich, CT
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My granddaughter was required to read for summer and loved the book which she read in 2 1/2 daysPublished 12 months ago by Constance Hartness
"Flight to Freedom" is a richly detailed novel about Yara's immigration from Cuba to Miami. I knew very little about Cuba and Cuban history before I read this, but Ana... Read morePublished 14 months ago by ace1339
This was a touching g story and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in immigration. This book really puts it in another perspectivePublished 18 months ago by sharon mathieu
i found this book to be slow in the beginning and early middle. while i enjoyed the history it was not one of my favorite books.Published on February 22, 2010 by Kahtleen ONeil
Another wonderful addition to Scholastic's superb First Person Fiction series, Flight to Freedom, tells the story of the Garcia family who in 1967 flee from Cuba to Miami, Florida. Read morePublished on October 5, 2009 by Teach Immigration
The book review of Flight to freedom
Hi my name is Alvin Wyatt. This book is about a Cuban family trying to get to America until there Cuban ruler is put in jail. Read more
This book is about a girl who has to face many struggles. Not just herself, but her family as well. Her parents end up coming here to Miami. Read morePublished on June 2, 2005 by Jose A. Perez