Grades 3 - 5
Grade level Equivalent: 3.5
Lexile Measure®: 440L
DRA: Not Available
Guided Reading: M
- General Nonfiction
- African American History
- Slavery, Underground Railroad, Abolition
- Determination and Perseverance
- African American
- Tolerance and Acceptance
- Prejudice and Tolerance Experiences
About This Book
This vivid biography tells the story of Frederick Douglass and his struggles to free all black men and women from slavery. Born a slave, but determined to be free, Douglass eventually escaped to the North, found his own freedom, and became a famous and influential orator and journalist, fighting ceaselessly and passionately for the freedom of others.
Augmented with photographs, this is an exciting and informative account of Frederick Douglass and his fight to end slavery.