Frederick Douglass: Abolitionist Hero (Childhood of Famous Americans) (Paperback)

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Discover the childhood of prominent abolitionist Frederick Douglass in this inspiring installment in the illustrated middle grade series Childhood of Famous Americans.

Frederick Douglass was born into slavery. He was separated from his family when he was young, worked day and night, and was beaten for no other reason than the color of his skin. How could anyone ever overcome such overwhelming odds?

But Frederick eventually became a famous abolitionist, author, statesman, and reformer. Read all about how one of the most prominent figures in African American history triumphed over impossible obstacles and paved the way for others to achieve their own freedom!

About the Author


George Stanley was a Professor of African and Middle-Eastern Languages and Linguistics at Cameron University. In between prepping class lectures and grading papers, he found the time to write for children. He was also the author of Night Fires and the Third-Grade Detectives series.

Meryl Henderson is a graduate of Syracuse University. In 1974, she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of fine arts degree. For over forty years, she has been working as a freelance illustrator, specializing in artwork for children. She has illustrated more than a hundred books and has contributed illustrations to countless magazines and educational books. She currently lives in Catskill, New York.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781416955474
ISBN-10: 141695547X
Publisher: Aladdin
Publication Date: July 1st, 2008
Pages: 208
Language: English
Series: Childhood of Famous Americans