Daisy’s Search for Freedom

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Daisy is a slave girl who lives in Alabama. Daisy was separated from her mother, and she works for a woman named Miss Anabelle. There are many bad people who treat slaves badly, and Daisy is afraid she is going to be hurt, so she has to escape from the plantation she lives at with Miss Anabelle. Mr. Clemmons, a nice man, helps Daisy to escape and to start her journey on the Underground Railroad. Daisy meets up with other people along the way. Daisy is always worried that she is going to be caught and made to go back. Daisy uses prayer to help her along her journey; she finds strength through praying even when she is scared.

Slavery is a part of our history, and it is not something that should have happened. It was scary to read that young children were treated so badly and had to escape without even having their families with them sometimes. Daisy meets a boy on her journey who is only four years old. He was a slave who had escaped too. It is important that we learn about our history even though it wasn’t very good. Daisy’s story is important because it shows that even if you are young, you can be strong.

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Author Bertha Schwartz
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 136 pages
Publisher Ambassador International
Publish Date 2018-12-01
ISBN 9781785655531
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Issue April 2019
Category Tweens


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