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    A symbol of the strength of African American women and a champion of the rights of all women, Sojourner Truth was an illiterate former slave named Isabella who transformed herself into a vastly powerful orator. Truth's magnetism brought her fame in her own time, and her story gives us a vivid picture of nineteenth-century life in the North, where blacks, enslaved or free, lived in relative isolation from one another. This volume contains the "Book of Life", including the "Ar'n't I a Woman" speech as well as "A Memorial Chapter" about her death. 264 pages, softcover.

    Introduce your young readers to the true story of American hero Sojourner Truth. Following her life as a slave, she became one of the most respected and well-known speakers for both anti-slavery laws as well as women's rights. Bold illustrations and the fascinating story of her life is told in rich vocabulary and longer chapters for Level 3 proficient readers. 47 pages, softcover; timeline included.

    Beautifully illustrated, this biography picture book tells the amazing story of freed slave Sojourner Truth. Learn about her birth into slavery, being sold away from her parents at the age of 9, and her run for freedom. Discover the amazing stand that Sojourner Truth took as she campaigned for equal rights for black people and women. Featuring excerpts from her famous 'Ain't I a woman?' speech; Recommended for ages 5-9.

    Read and learn about an important historical figure in American history with Who Was Sojourner Truth? by Yona McDonough. A slave, an abolitionist, and devoted Christian, and an early advocate of women's rights, Sojourner Truth is a worthy addition to the Who Was. . . ? series. Recommended for ages 8 to 12 years.

      Book Five in the Gutsy Girls: Strong Christian Women Who Impacted the World series introduces readers to Sojourner Truth, a champion for African Americans, women, and the Gospel.

      Sojourner, a former slave who was never taught to read or write, refused to remain silent while injustice prevailed. Instead, Sojourner traveled the country speaking truth about slavery, truth about women, and truth about God’s powerful love.

      Young readers are taken back in time to meet one of history’s most tenacious women.