Nine-year-old Hannah, a Quaker living in Philadelphia just before the Civil War, longs to have some fashionable dresses like other girls but comes to appreciate her heritage and its plain dressing when her family saves the life of a runaway slave.
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - countrylife - LibraryThing
A young Quaker girl in Philadelphia learns the value of the symbol of her faith, as she helps a runaway slave. Sweetly told and illustrated story. Read full review
Review: Thee, Hannah!User Review - Sophia Goodliffe - Goodreads
I liked that it had illustrations, but it was sort of boring. Read full review