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PDF ç A True Story from the Underground Railroad  Ellen Levine

A stirring dramatic story of a slave who mails himself to freedom by a Jane Addams Peace Award winning author and a Coretta Scott King Award winning artist Henry Brown doesn't know how old he is Nobody keeps records of slaves' bi LOVE LOVE LOVE this book Fascinating true story I was in TEARS reading this I felt as though I was transported into the pages My heart broke as I read the words The illustrations are amazing I purchased this book to help me teach American History to my son I’d give it TEN stars if I could

BOOK Henry's Freedom Box

Henry's Freedom Box A True Story from the Underground RailroadAt the slave market Then one day as he lifts a crate at the warehouse he knows exactly what he must do He will mail himself to the North After an arduous journey in the crate Henry finally has a birthday his first day of freedom This is a must read to your 2nd grade class It creates vivid images of a concept that can be difficult for children to comprehend and process My students went back and reread this book many times

Ellen Levine  Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad KINDLE

FREE PDF ✓ BOOK Henry's Freedom Box ↠ FEEDMARKFORMULATE Ô [Reading] ➾ Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad By Ellen Levine – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk A stirring dramatic story of a slave who mails himself to freedom by a Jane Addams Peace Award winning author and a CoretRthdays All the time he dreams about freedom but that dream seems farther away than ever when he is torn from his family and put to work in a warehouse Henry grows up and marries but he is again devastated when his family is sold Well illustrated book There are about 3 4 pages where reading the text is a little difficult to read Not sure how I feel about a master being good when they treated people as property tables or cows or wagons rather than people If you want a book that simply states the facts then this is a good bookCONS If you want explanations of who every person is a detailed description of how he felt when his family was taken from him or want to know what happened to him after he was freeplease don't buy this bookPROS However if you are someone who is open to speaking with your children about how they think Henry felt when his family was sold off or how he wasn't allowed to show emotion because of where he was and how he was viewed willing to introduce the term abolition without it being written in the book using context clues or explaining the gaps that others feel take away from the bookthen this is a really great book The Author has a note at the end of the story that explains a little about the story and what the Underground Railroad wasInitially I thought of returning this book However after reading it once found that I could use this book as a bare bones open discussion about slavery with my younger kids and a good place to start for research on Henry's life for older kids since the bibliography is simple