[KINDLE] ß Escape on the Underground Railroad | BY ê Nancy LeSourd #2020


  • Title: Escape on the Underground Railroad
  • Author: Nancy LeSourd
  • ISBN: 9780310713913
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback

  • Escape on the Underground Railroad By Nancy LeSourd In this revised edition, The Liberty Letters series introduces fictional characters whose courage, ingenuity, and faith shaped events in U.S history Through the power of friendship, each story reveals how God works through ordinary teens in extraordinary timesE EVILS OF SLAVERY COMPEL TWO YOUNG WOMEN TO MAKE A DANGEROUS CHOICE Hannah s world is shaken when she discoIn this revised edition, The Liberty Letters series introduces fictional characters whose courage, ingenuity, and faith shaped events in U.S history Through the power of friendship, each story reveals how God works through ordinary teens in extraordinary timesE EVILS OF SLAVERY COMPEL TWO YOUNG WOMEN TO MAKE A DANGEROUS CHOICE Hannah s world is shaken when she discovers her family s involvement with the Underground Railroad When runaways find their way to her Virginia home, she must decide if she will play it safe, or join her family to help the slaves escape In Philadelphia, her friend Sarah, is drawn into the life of a seven year orphan, whose world has been shattered by the evils of slavery As the danger increases, the girls must find the courage they need to act before it is too late.
    Nancy LeSourd
    Nancy LeSourd is an author, attorney, wife, and mother of two, who lives in the Washington D C area She has a B.A in political science from Agnes Scott College, a M.A from Tufts University in secondary education with an emphasis on American History, and a J.D from Georgetown University Law Center A William Robertson Coe fellow in American history, she taught American history to middle and high school students For information, visit libertyletters

    Escape on the Underground Railroad By Nancy LeSourd

    Commentaires:

    Rebecca
    Such an interesting approach the exchange of letters between two friends, whose families were committed to freedom, no matter what the cost Quite inspiring for readers of any age

    Megan
    This book Is really good They story is told by letters two best friends send to each other, It s really good

    Leona Ruth
    I loved this book Full review here I finally figured out how to do an embedded link

    Rebecca
    This book is written in the form of letters between Hannah Brown and Sarah Smith, two young teenaged Quaker girls, from 1857 to 1859 Both Hannah and Sarah come from strong abolitionist families, and became close friends while Sarah attended a Quaker school in Hannah s hometown of Goose Creek, Virginia When Sarah returned to Philadelphia, the girls began a regular correspondence Hannah s grandfather is an active abolitionist who has helped many slaves escape along the Underground Railroad, and no [...]

    Rachel
    Things will never be the same again Times are changing, Hannah You can sit by and watch it all happen or you can be a part of it You must search your heart and decide what YOU should do Two Quaker girls, Hannah Brown and her dear friend Sarah exchange letters back and forth, sometimes through postd other times by stitching their letters into quilt blocks secretly as to hide any information from slavers It is 1858 and the Fugitive Slave Law has been passed, making it only difficult for slaves to [...]

    Meadow Frisbie
    Two friends, seperated, find each other through the letters that they write to each other The book is very historicl and Christian Great series.The triumphs and worries between the girls are ver convincing.

    Amy
    It was a good book.A runaway father and little girl finds shelter in Hannah Browns home.Will the the slave catchers find the runaways,will they be able to reach Canada,And will Hannah be able to help free the runaway girls sister.You have to read the book.

    Beka
    An interesting story in letter form, with lots of interesting historical tidbits.

    Jeneca
    I very much enjoyed this story, it s themes, and how that was all woven together This is a fabulous series.

    Delaney
    I liked that it was adventurous and exciting I liked learning about what they did and what happened in the 1800s.

    Ashlyn
    Awesome Not only can someone who likes history like me but someone who doesn t like it It is about the friendship of these two girls than about the underground railroad.

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