Harriet Tubman: Fighter For Freedom!

byJames BuckleyIllustratorIzeek Esidene

December 29, 2020|
Harriet Tubman: Fighter For Freedom! by James Buckley
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Harriet Tubman escaped slavery, helped dozens make it to freedom, and then became an abolitionist and women’s rights advocate. Here’s the remarkable life story of an American hero, told in an exciting graphic novel format.

Harriet Tubman lived an incredible life, one more heroic than any comic book superhero. In 1849 she escaped slavery for the first time. Then she headed back into the South, helping about 70 slaves find freedom on more than a dozen dangerous journeys along an elaborate abolitionist network called the Underground Railroad. Harriet Tubman: Fighter for Freedom! is the latest in the Show Me History! collection, previously featuring the stories of real-life American luminaries such as Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Like the rest of Show Me History!, and befitting her almost unbelievable life, Fighter for Freedom! is presented in full-color, graphic novel format—a long-form comic book.
James Buckley Jr. is a prolific author of nonfiction for young readers, with more than 150 books to his credit (and still typing!). He is the author of more than a dozen titles in The New York Times' best-selling "Who Was...?" biography series, including the Wright Brothers, Milton Hershey, Betsy Ross, Jules Verne, and Bl...
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Title:Harriet Tubman: Fighter For Freedom!
Format:Paper over Board
Product dimensions:96 pages, 9.25 X 6.25 X 0.5 in
Shipping dimensions:96 pages, 9.25 X 6.25 X 0.5 in
Published:December 29, 2020
Publisher:Portable Press
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:8
ISBN - 13:9781645170730

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