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Minty

Minty

A Story of Young Harriet Tubman

by Alan Schroeder
1st Edition, ©1996, ISBN: 9780803718883
Hardcover, 40 pages
Current Retail Price: $16.99
Used Price: $3.00 (2 in stock) Condition Policy

As a clearance title, THIS BOOK IS NOT RETURNABLE AND IS SOLD AS-IS (flaws, highlighting, torn covers and all). Please remember that you can purchase as many books as you like and have them all shipped for one low price of $4.95.

As a clearance title, THIS BOOK IS NOT RETURNABLE AND IS SOLD AS-IS (flaws, highlighting, torn covers and all). Please remember that you can purchase as many books as you like and have them all shipped for one low price of $4.95.

Many people know about Harriet Tubman's adult life—how she helped hundreds of slaves escape to freedom along the Underground Railroad. But how know about Harriet Tubman's life as a little African-American girl? This dramatic portrayal will open the eyes of countless young readers and help them to know the little girl who would become one of America's greatest heroines. Full color.

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  Minty, A Story of Young Harriet Tubman
Ian Poch of Apple Valley, 8/31/2016
Minty is the nickname for Harriet Tubman, who is 8 years old and works as a slave on a plantation in Maryland. She disagrees with her slave owners a lot, and is always trying to escape. It is a sad story but very important.