This is a historical nonfiction that tells the story of Harriet Tubman and the role she played in freeing thousands of slaves throughout America. This book walks through the personal life of Harriet Tubman as well as her most famous invention, which would eventually lead thousands of slaves to their freedom. Tubman's story is sure to educate as well as inspire.
Sarah Kelchner is a thirteen-year-old student-athlete. She has always been fascinated with the Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman, its most famous conductor.