Synopses & Reviews
Like other enslaved African-American children, young Harriet Tubman had to work hard. In her master's orchard, she spent long hours picking the juicy apples she loved but was forbidden to eat. When she was grown, she made her escape to the North.
"A satisfying addition to the already fascinating story."
"Faces convey depths of expression, adding volumes to the simple story."
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