Download The Drinking Gourd: A Story of the Underground Railroad (I Can Read Level 3) eBook
by Fred Brenner,F. N Monjo
The Drinking Gourd book.
The Drinking Gourd book.
Includes an afterword from the author . Monjo that explains the historical context of the Fugitive Slave Law. Supports the Common Core Learning Standards.
They had to go to the under ground railroad. The under ground is a secret group of people who believe slavery is wicked. We need to obey all laws this book is a bout history. Two different Worlds. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. This tale of the underground railroad told from the perspective of young, mischievious Tommy Fuller, blends history with a compelling adventure story. Tommy discovers a runaway slave family hiding in his father's barn.
The drinking gourd by . This is a great book for children The underground rail rail road. the truth and a lie. Наиболее популярные в Нехудожественная литература для детей и подростков.
in Fred Brenner's vibrant drawings
Grade K-1 Grade 2-3 Grade 4-5 Grade 6-8 Grade 9-10 Grade 11-12. This moving story by F. N. Monjo, set in New England in the decade before the Civil War, is sensitively dramatized in Fred Brenner's vibrant drawings. An exciting and moving adventure story for beginning readers. -BL. Notable Children's Books of 1940–1970 (ALA) Children's Books of 1970 (Library of Congress). Published on January 1, 1993 by HarperCollins Publishers.
Monjo, F. N; Brenner, Fred, il. When he is sent home alone for misbehaving in church, Tommy discovers that his house is a station on the underground railroad. N; Brenner, Fred, ill. Publication date. Underground Railroad, Underground Railroad. New York : HarperCollins.
Monjo and Fred Brenner. 2 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Audio Excerpt from The Drinking Gourd.
Harper & Row, 1970 - 62 sivua. Sent home alone for misbehaving in church, Tommy discovers that his house is a station on the underground railroad.
This transitional chapter book, first published in 1970, tells an inspiring story of a troublemaking boy who redeems himself through a selfless act. The African-American slaves in the story, while depicted sympathetically, still suffer from the stereotypes of the time when the book was written.
The late F. Monjo, author of The Drinking Gourd, wrote two other popular I Can Read Books: Indian Summer, illustrated by Anita Lobel, and The One Bad Thing About Father, illustrated by Rocco Negri. Age Range: 4 - 8 years. Grade Level: Kindergarten - 3.
The stars of the Big Dipper have led a runaway slave family to Deacon Fuller's house, a stop on the underground railroad. Will Tommy Fuller be able to hide the runaways from a search party -- or will the secret passengers be discovered and their hope for freedom destroyed?