Remember Me

Voice of Freedom: A Story about Frederick Douglass
Teen - 4th-9th Grade, Age 9-14 
64 p. ; 
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ISBN 9781575055534
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Born a slave, Frederick Douglass grew up facing hunger, hard work, and terrible beatings. After overhearing that reading was the key to freedom, Frederick became determined to learn to read. Against all odds, he did learn and escaped from slavery. A powerful and inspirational speaker, Frederick spoke and wrote about his remarkable life and fought for the freedom and equal rights of African American men and women.
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