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Barrington Stoke Teen: Passing for White
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A powerful quick-read story of slavery by the author of Buffalo Soldier. Seriously inspiring stuff in a cool dyslexia-friendly format. It’s 1848 in the Deep South of America. Rosa is a slave – but she’s also the daughter of the slave-owner, with fair skin that lets her pass for white. Helped by her husband Benjamin, she dresses up as a young Southern gentleman, pretending to be Benjamin’s master. Is Rosa’s disguise good enough to let them flee the South and escape over a thousand miles to freedom?
- A gripping read based on the real life of slave Ellen Craft
- By the author of Carnegie Medal winner Buffalo Soldier
- A fully rounded story told in a simple quick-read style
- Built-in dyslexia support and help for struggling readers
Interest age: Teen. Reading age: 8.
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