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Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad Hardcover – January 1, 2001
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I liked this book because the adventure and the daring rescues. I liked the first time she ran away because it showed courage and the determination to be free. Many slaves in history showed this, even though they didn't know where to go. After she reached North, she went back after sometime and rescued more and more slaves. The journeys were dangerous, but Harriet went on with determination to help the slaves be free. Now, I'll talk about what I disliked about the book.
One thing I disliked about this book was that in every Chapter in the end, there's a passage that informs you on a person in the chapter. I find this very annoying and I skipped it after I read each chapter. I also disliked it when Harriet first tried to run away with her three brothers. Her brothers betrayed her and made her go back. Also, I don't like Mr. Tubman, a free Negro. He had said to Harriet that if she ran away, he would betray her. These are the parts I didn't like about the book.