After Frederick Douglass wrote his candid autobiography in 1845, for safety he moved to Great Britain, where slavery was illegal. “Two years later, friends bought him his freedom for $710.96.” Author’s note. Illustrator’s note. List of important dates. Selected research sources. Suggestions for further reading. Quote sources. Full-color illustrations.
Frederick’s Journey: The Life of Frederick DouglassBook Verdict
ISBN: 9781423114383 Format: Print Book Edition: Hardcover edition Publisher: Disney-Hyperion Page Count: 48 Accelerated Reader: Level: 4.4, Points: 0.5 Scholastic Reading Counts: Level: 4.7, Points: 3 Lexile: Level: 770L Awards & Honors: Kids’ Indie Next List Preview, Winter 2015–2016, Ages 4–8; ALA Notable Books for Children 2016, Middle Readers; 100 Notable Titles for Reading and Sharing 2015, Children’s Books
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