The Story of Sojourner Truth
A Biography Book for New Readers
by Anita Crawford Clark
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Pub Date 16 Jan 2024 | Archive Date Not set
Callisto Publishing, Callisto Kids
Discover the life of Sojourner Truth—a story about being bold and brave for kids ages 6 to 9
Sojourner Truth, born Isabella Baumfree, was one of the most important leaders in the anti-slavery movement. Before she fought for freedom and changed American history, she was a young enslaved girl who wanted a better life for herself and for all Black people. She overcame many incredible challenges as she bravely stood up for equality and justice. This chapter book for new readers explores how Sojourner escaped slavery to become one of America's greatest champions for human rights.
Independent reading—This Sojourner Truth biography is broken down into short chapters and simple language so kids 6 to 9 can read and learn on their own.
Critical thinking—Kids will learn the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How of Sojourner's life, find definitions of new words, discussion questions, and more.
A lasting legacy—Find out how Sojourner made the world a more equal place for future generations in this African American history book for kids.
How will Sojourner's fierce determination and unstoppable spirit inspire you?
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