Frederick Douglass: Leader Against Slavery
Enslow Publishers, Incorporated, 1991 - Abolitionists - 32 pages
-- Elementary reading-level biographies of inspiring African Americans.
-- Will satisfy the need for younger biographies written with simple text.
-- Starting in 2001 and ending in 2002, these classic biographies will be revised. The revised editions are indicated with the text "New!"
-- Each book contains a table of contents, a glossary, an index, and comfortably-sized type.
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Review: Frederick Douglass: Leader Against SlaveryUser Review - Katie Frakes - Goodreads
I love every aspect of this book because it does a great job at describing the life of Frederick Douglass. Before reading this book, I felt like I knew a lot about this American hero because I have ... Read full review
Review: Frederick Douglass: Leader Against SlaveryUser Review - Amy Dennehy - Goodreads
I absolutely loved this book. I though the author did a wonderful job detailing the life of Frederick Douglass. I have always learned a lot abut Fredrick Douglass and his work with slaver throughout ... Read full review