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{Download Epub} ò Friend on Freedom River ⚷ Inthe Detroit River was a major track along the Underground Railroad the last step to freedom The journey across the river was dangerous, especially in winter and especially for ayear old boy When Louis s father left him in charge of the farm he offered his son this advice, If you don t know what to do, just do what you think I would have done Louis relies upon his father s words of wisdom when a runaway slave and her two children come looking for safe passage In the second title in our Tales of Young Americans series Gloria Whelan author of National Book Award winning Homeless Bird beautifully creates a suspenseful coming of age story while illuminating a difficult time in America s past Ms Whelan s narrative again shows the human spirit will forever shine brightly in dark times Freedom River part of our Young Americans series will quickly become a favorite for its important message and look at history from a youngster s eye Artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen a Sleeping Bear Press favorite treats the material as only he can Each illustrated page demonstrates the same mastery and devotion to his craft as the young heroes he brings to life Tout Bob Morane. Tome 1 especially in winter and especially for ayear old boy When Louis s father left him in charge of the farm he offered his son this advice AMOUR BONHEUR et tout le tralala ! If you don t know what to do L'électronique en pratique, tome 2 : 36 expériences ludiques, volume 2 just do what you think I would have done Louis relies upon his father s words of wisdom when a runaway slave and her two children come looking for safe passage In the second title in our Tales of Young Americans series Gloria Whelan author of National Book Award winning Homeless Bird beautifully creates a suspenseful coming of age story while illuminating a difficult time in America s past Ms Whelan s narrative again shows the human spirit will forever shine brightly in dark times Freedom River part of our Young Americans series will quickly become a favorite for its important message and look at history from a youngster s eye Artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen a Sleeping Bear Press favorite treats the material as only he can Each illustrated page demonstrates the same mastery and devotion to his craft as the young heroes he brings to life Everything about this book makes it a winner the illustrations are not only gorgeous and informative, but the facial expressions, bnody postures, and use of light make an already dramatic story spellbinding. This is a suspenseful story about a 12 year old boy that helps row African American slaves to freedom in his father s absence It s a really good read about the struggle of escaping the south through the underground railroad and the people that made that possible. A terrific introduction to the Underground Railroad I ve read it aloud to students in grades 3 to 7 Even fidgety kids sit still for this one A lot of ground is covered in this short book. This is a historical fiction book that would serve as a good introduction to the underground railroad The story is about a slave who is traveling the underground railroad with her two children and a young boy who decides to help them cross the Detroit River into Canada The boy must decide between his safety and helping Instead of deciding to do the easy thing, he decides to help the family across the river The book is a tale of right and wrong, bravery, courage, and sacrifice The illustrati This is a historical fiction book that would serve as a good introduction to the underground railroad The story is about a slave who is traveling the underground railroad with her two children and a young boy who decides to help them cross the Detroit River into Canada The boy must decide between his safety and helping Instead of deciding to do the easy thing, he decides to help the family across the river The book is a tale of right and wrong, bravery, courage, and sacrifice The illustrations are stunning paintings They bring so much emotion to the story, you can feel the cold that the characters experience on the Detroit River as they break up the ice while they cross I would share this with students of all ages, it would be a good introduction to abolitionism, and there are endless extension activities that could be done with this book