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: Fighter Against SlaveryUser Review - Beth - Goodreads
The McKissack's do an excellent job writing about this great historical figure in simple language that conveys the drama and dignity of the man, and the confusion and tragedy that was slavery. But the ... Read full review
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
Limited preview - 1982