A picture book of Harriet Tubman, [print braille] / Published by : National Braille Press, (Boston, Mass. :) Physical details: 1 v. of print braille, thermoform.
|Item type||Current location||Collection||Call number||Copy number||Status||Date due|
|Print Braille||W. Ross Macdonald School Library Children's Area||Non-fiction||305.567 ADL (Browse shelf)||Copy: 1 Vol: 1(1)||Available|
Contracted braille overlay.
Harriet Tubman, born a slave, escaped north to freedom by using the Underground Railroad, a system of safe houses that led through the American south. Once free, she went back and rescued many other slaves, and also worked as a nurse and spy during the American Civil War. A brave and courageous woman, she was admired by many and, because she led so many slaves to freedom, was called "Moses" by her people.
Guided reading: M
Original version: 1st ed. New York : Holiday House, 1992. (Children's Braille Book club). 082341065X