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The Light Across the River: A Novel

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 11 Ratings and 11 Reviews

Book Description
This dramatic sequel to Across the Wide River follows Johnny Rankin as he tries to live up to his family's selfless tradition as conductors on the Underground Railroad.
Book Information
PublisherKregel Publications
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages216
ISBN-10B00394DIR6
Publication Date04/30/2008
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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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7/7/2008 Stephenie Hovland said: This would be great in the classroom. Discussions about slavery, abolitionists, personal ethics, etc. would be easy to launch. Lighter subjects like geography, reading skills (inference, predictions, etc,) math problems, and vocabulary are natural, too.
tags: I read, I recommend

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