Although Daniel Arabus should be free by law, he finds himself forced aboard a ship headed for the West Indies and certain slavery. Second volume of the Arabus Family Saga.
- Random House Childrens Books
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.10(w) x 7.60(h) x 0.80(d)
- Age Range:
- 10 - 13 Years
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This book is set in the revolimtar era and it is based on a slave his name is daniel abrus. I honstly think this book is more set on a 8th grade level becuse of some content
I read this book for school when I was in Elementary school. It's impact was so great that I still remember it vividly now that I'm a young adult. It's was an important book to me because as a white student who has never seen an African-American before, I learned about the human perspective of a slave when I was still young. I still remember a quote when the main character, Daniel, says that if you took away the color of the skin, African-Americans were the same as whites. There's only one problem with the language and the occasional use of the "N" word.
THIS BOOK GIVES LOTS OF INFORMATION THAT MAKES YOU NEVER WANT TO PUT THE BOOK DOWN.
This a great book for any one, even my mom liked it. I recommend you to follow Daniel in his journey to freedom, or back to slavery?
This is a great book about a slave who thinks he should be treated like everyone else. An excellent book!
This book deserves 3 exlemation points behind it. Jump Ship To Freedom is one of the most understanding books ever writen! It made me jump out of my socks.