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Across the Wide River: A Novel

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4.4 out of 5
Based on 87 Ratings and 67 Reviews

Book Description
The red brick home of Rev. John Rankin was a beacon--the first stop on the Underground Railroad in the North. Across the Wide River tells the true story of the sacrifices one family made to help runaway slaves.
Book Information
PublisherKregel Publications
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages144
ISBN-100825435765
ISBN-13978-0825435768
Publication Date11/25/2004
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About Stephanie Reed (Author) : I love to write, garden, and read, but there's always one thought in the back of my mind..."What am I going to make for dinner?" The Light Across the River, the second book in my Across the River tril... more
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