Courage to Run: A Story Based on the Life of Harriet Tubman

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Courage to Run: A Story Based on the Life of Harriet Tubman

Courage to Run A Story Based on the Life of Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman was born a slave on a Maryland plantation in the s She trusts in God but her faith is tested at every turn Should she obey her masters or listen to her conscience This story from

  • Title: Courage to Run: A Story Based on the Life of Harriet Tubman
  • Author: Wendy Lawton
  • ISBN: 9780802440983
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
  • Harriet Tubman was born a slave on a Maryland plantation in the 1800 s She trusts in God, but her faith is tested at every turn Should she obey her masters or listen to her conscience This story from Harriet s childhood is a record of courage Even , it s a story of God s faithfulness, as He prepares her for her adult calling to lead than 300 people out of slaveHarriet Tubman was born a slave on a Maryland plantation in the 1800 s She trusts in God, but her faith is tested at every turn Should she obey her masters or listen to her conscience This story from Harriet s childhood is a record of courage Even , it s a story of God s faithfulness, as He prepares her for her adult calling to lead than 300 people out of slavery through the Underground Railroad Young readers will identify with Harriet Tubman s courage and faith as she uses the strength she gains through adversity to lead others to a new life of freedom Highly recommended reading Lauraine Snelling, author, Golden Filly and High Hurdles series

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    One thought on “Courage to Run: A Story Based on the Life of Harriet Tubman

    1. Sarah on said:

      Harriet is fighting her way to freedom and God is on her side listening to Him is tricky what is right what is wrong

    2. Amy on said:

      some of the story is not for small or sensitive children. and we were sad that it ended before she actually began the Underground Railroad. this is only the story of her young girlhood.

    3. Tara on said:

      This book was so good I began looking for more on Tubman and the author.

    4. Tarissa on said:

      You may know who Harriet Tubman was, and what she did as an adult in helping other slaves, like herself. While reading this book, you'll find out what her childhood was like too, and how it formed her life into what she became. Growing up, young Harriet's name was Araminta. (This was news to me.) Through the book, she's usually called Minty by her family & friends. "Minty" lives in the servant's quarter on the Brodas Plantation, and works hard every single day of her life. She's constantly s [...]

    5. Vicki on said:

      This story is based on the life of Harriet Tubman during her childhood and young adult life. This is an account of how God prepares her to eventually lead people out of slavery. In this book, she hasn't yet escaped from slavery. I really liked it as I have never read about her childhood. I would highly recommend this book too!

    6. K. Osborn on said:

      Awesome read-aloud I did with the kiddos. Kept us wanting to know "what happened" and they were so excited to actually read some of the same facts that the author used while reading their history books about Harriet Tubman. The author really made her a genuine person. Great tween book! (And yes, I'm counting this toward my OWN reading goal!) ;)

    7. Caitlin on said:

      Courage. Hope in the face of desperation. Bravery. History. Character development. Adventure.If you like these things, then Courage to Run is the book for you. I've read this book several times and enjoy it over and over again! This is one of my favorites!

    8. Ann on said:

      Wish all children's history classes were taught like thisLooking forward to reading the other books, too. A great, short, tween level book, engrossing way to teach about real people who made a difference.

    9. Amy on said:

      I am amazed at the strength and courage of Harriet Tubman and was inspired to see that she found her strength through her faith in God.

    10. Kori on said:

      Harriet's story was amazing. I learned a lot about childhood that I had never heard by reading this book. I really loved it.

    11. Audrey on said:

      Good book but I wanted more. It would be great for middle school kids to read.

    12. Glory on said:

      This book is not your everyday book about slavery and Harriet Tubman. It makes her story seem fresh and new.

    13. Paige Mefferd on said:

      Harriet Tubman was a brave girl. I love how she never seemed to get hard hearted by her masters' cruel acts. I want to be like her in this area of my own life.

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