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Ann Fights for Freedom: An Underground Railroad Survival Story
Ann Fights for Freedom: An Underground Railroad Survival Story
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Girls Survive

Ann Fights for Freedom: An Underground Railroad Survival Story

Twelve-year-old Ann understands there is only one thing to be grateful for as a slave: having her family together. But when the master falls into debt, he plans to sell both Ann and her younger brother to two different owners. Ann is convinced her family must run away on the Underground Railroad. Will Ann's family survive the dangerous trip to their freedom in the North ? This Girls Survive story is supported by a glossary, discussion questions, and nonfiction material on the Underground Railroad, making it a valuable resource for young readers.

GenreHistorical Fiction
Reading LevelGrades 3-5
Interest LevelGrades 3-7
Lexile Level600L
ATOS Level4
AR Points2
AR Quiz #199404
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGirls Survive
Page Dimensions5 1/4" x 7 1/2"
Page Count112
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $26.65 School/Library Price

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Barnes & Noble Kids, "5 Books for Fans of the I Survived Series" - Nicole Brinkley

"What if the I Survived series focused more on female, historical heroines? That’s what the new Girls Survive series sets out to do. . . .Each book in the series—which includes books on the Titanic and the Civil War—includes historical context, discussion questions, and glossaries for those inclined to the historical side." - Barnes & Noble Kids, "5 Books for Fans of the I Survived Series"

October 21, 2019

Girls Read the World - Ciarra Chavirria

"...Ann's journey to freedom is harrowing and heartbreaking, and of course, so many stories like hers were anything but happy. This is a very cool book for young readers (8-12) who are learning more about slavery and its terrible place in our nation's history. There's some great backmatter, too, including an author's note with lots of information, discussion points and a glossary." - Girls Read the World

February 28, 2019

Nikki Shannon Smith

Nikki Shannon Smith

Nikki Shannon Smith is from Oakland, California, but she now lives in the Central Valley with her husband and two children. She has worked in Elementary Education for over twenty-five years, and writes everything from picture books to young adult novels. When she’s not busy with family, work, or writing, she loves to visit the coast. The first thing she packs in her suitcase is always a book.

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