Hush Harbor: Praying in Secret

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Carolrhoda Books, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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During slavery times, the law states that slaves could not gather together in groups. For Simmy and his family, that means they must worship in secret. This moving story is based on a true practice of African-American slaves--a testament to the power of faith, community, and hope. Full color.

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Simmy tell the story about his slave time, how the people keep the cheerful spirit eventhough they endure the hard word and bad treatment. Their people love and support help them to bond and carrying ... Read full review

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Summary: Hush Harbor is about a community of slaves that meet in a secret location to pray, sing, and dance. The main character, a young boy, is told to be the scout and watch for the white men. The ... Read full review

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Author Freddi Williams Evans is an artist/facilitator with the Jefferson Parish Public School System in Harvey, Louisiana.

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