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Dear Austin: Letters from the Underground Railroad

Random House, Inc / 2000 / Paperback

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View history through the eyes of eleven year old Levi, as he writes to his brother Austin out west. Mischevious and fun-loving, Levi and his friend Jupiter are always seemingto get in trouble; yet when the slave catchers come to town, there will be more trouble than ever before. When they kidnap Jupiter's sister Darcy, the boys will go farther than ever in an attempt to bring her back. 137 pages, softcover. Grades 3-6.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Random House, Inc
Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 7.52 X 5.10 X 0.41 (inches)
ISBN: 0375803564
ISBN-13: 9780375803567
UPC: 901290049978
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Publisher's Description

Now in paperback! In this companion novel to Dear Levi, told in letters,11-year-old Levi helps a young African American in a harrowing flight for freedom along the Underground Railroad.

Author Bio

Elvira Woodruff is the author of more than a dozen picture books and novels for young readers.

Editorial Reviews

"Set in 1853, this sequel to Dear Levi consists of letters written by 11-year-old Levi Ives to his older brother Austin. . . . [He] describes his escapades in the Pennsylvania countryside with his friend, Jupiter, the son of a former slave. When Jupiter's sister is captured by slave traders, the two boys undertake a dangerous journey south to try and free her. While hiding in the woods, they meet Harriet Tubman, and Levi realizes that some of his neighbors are part of the Underground Railroad. Rich in adventure, mystery, and suspense, the succinctly written narrative depicts Levi's struggle to understand the prejudicial attitudes of others. This carefully researched and vividly imagined novel presents the emotional and gripping tale of one boy's confrontation with the issue of slavery and its significance in American history."        --School Library Journal

"Woodruff combines swift pacing, historical detail, humor, suffering, depth, and precise characterizations, for a wholly satisfying page turner." --Kirkus Reviews

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