BOOK REVIEWS

I Am #6: Harriet Tubman Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 15 user ratings
ISBN:0545484367
LANGUAGE:English

" I love how this book started: "I was born a slave and a woman. In my time, you couldn't get much lower than that." It is a great way to teach your child about this historical journey. Go Harriet! " said.

" Great history series for kids. This is our second one. Harriet Tubman was certainly a tough woman. Having to explain what slavery was to my seven year old made me realize just how innocent she really is. It also served to remind me just how horrible slavery was. " said.

" Far more the usual one sentence in a history book, Harriet Tubman was an interesting person who lived an exciting life. Born a slave, Harriet had to be strong despite her slight build and incidents where she was sick or injured. The author gives a realistic account of what it must have been like for Harriet. " said.

"This book was pretty good. I read it because I like to learn about the Underground Railroad. I also read it because it was really short and we have a nonfiction reading requirement. I liked how Harriet Tubman stood up for what she thought was right. I liked how she just ran away when her husband (John Tubman) said he wouldn't help her become a free slave like himself. She was a crazy person for wanting to lead an army and help people escape behind everyone's back. I recommend this short and easy book to anyone wanting to learn more about Harriet Tubman. " said.

"This book follows Harriet Tubman from a personal viewpoint. It felt like you were reading a letter from a family member telling her story. I really enjoyed the viewpoint and information included in this version of her life history. I gave this book 5/5 stars. I thought the pictures and illustrations were well placed and helped the book have credibility. I learned things about Harriet Tubman that I did not know! I would recommend this book to anyone who wants an easy to read and understand retelling of her life story!

I would like to thank the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
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" Asher (11yo) read for History."A good description. I really liked how she scared the hens so her old master did not recognize her." " said.

" A good overview of Harriet Tubman’s life and contributions. There were several unanswered or incomplete or vague sections where I wanted to know more details or what really happened. It is well done for the young audience it was written for. Harriet Tubman was a brave and compassionate woman. I will stand in line to meet her in heaven. " said.

" I love how this book started: "I was born a slave and a woman. In my time, you couldn't get much lower than that." It is a great way to teach your child about this historical journey. Go Harriet! " said.

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