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Go Free or Die: A Story about Harriet Tubman (Creative Minds Biography) (Creative Minds Biography (Paperback)) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-11-21 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 8 user ratings
ISBN:0876145047
LANGUAGE:English

" My 12 year old daughter recommended that I read this book because she thought it was so good. It is neat how Harriet Tubman not only made it to freedom but then went back over and over to lead other people to freedom too. What an inspiration! " said.

"3rd – 5th Grade (Biography Reference/Independent Reading/Shared Reading)

Jeri Ferris efficiently reports Harriet Tubman’s famous journey in a capturing way for young readers. This chapter book contains illustrations by Karen Ritz, limited to 2 or 3 drawings per chapter. Ferris has neglected to add in an index, references, or a glossary, but included a short table of contents in the beginning. The audience for this book will find the real life details from Tubman’s journey inspiring. I would recommend this piece of literature to students who will be preparing any form of biography project or to introduce or accompany a history lesson on Harriet Tubman or slavery.

Social Sciences/Language Arts/Math

Lesson Plan Idea: Map out Harriet’s Travel from where her family is to safety, label each stop.
" said.

" This short biography for young readers presents Harriet Tubman’s early years and the story of her escape from slavery. The rest of her career is covered briefly in the epilogue. It’s written in an engaging way--the best Harriet Tubman bio for kids that I've found so far--but I’m going to keep looking for a volume that spends a bit more time on Tubman’s later journeys to lead fellow blacks to freedom. " said.

" Notes:not too graphic while still dealing with sensitive topicwell written for young readerscontains a few b/w illustrations " said.

" My 12 year old daughter recommended that I read this book because she thought it was so good. It is neat how Harriet Tubman not only made it to freedom but then went back over and over to lead other people to freedom too. What an inspiration! " said.

"3rd – 5th Grade (Biography Reference/Independent Reading/Shared Reading)

Jeri Ferris efficiently reports Harriet Tubman’s famous journey in a capturing way for young readers. This chapter book contains illustrations by Karen Ritz, limited to 2 or 3 drawings per chapter. Ferris has neglected to add in an index, references, or a glossary, but included a short table of contents in the beginning. The audience for this book will find the real life details from Tubman’s journey inspiring. I would recommend this piece of literature to students who will be preparing any form of biography project or to introduce or accompany a history lesson on Harriet Tubman or slavery.

Social Sciences/Language Arts/Math

Lesson Plan Idea: Map out Harriet’s Travel from where her family is to safety, label each stop.
" said.

" Notes:not too graphic while still dealing with sensitive topicwell written for young readerscontains a few b/w illustrations " said.

" My 12 year old daughter recommended that I read this book because she thought it was so good. It is neat how Harriet Tubman not only made it to freedom but then went back over and over to lead other people to freedom too. What an inspiration! " said.

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