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Which Way Freedom?

by Joyce Hansen
When the Civil War began, Obi knew it was time to run. If he was caught, he'd be killed. If he stayed, he might never know freedom! A Coretta Scott King Honor Book! 194 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 643
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $18.50
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5I have read this book before, and I am sure I will read it again. This is a very good book about the hardships of slavery. A slave that works all day in the tobacco fields decides to run away. he joins the Union soldiers as a colored Yankee. I highly recommend this book for readers who would like to learn about the Civil War or people who are looking for a good read.
2011-08-24

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