One of the latest instalments to the brilliant Little People Big Dreams series, Discover the woman who was born into slavery on a plantation in Maryland, Araminta's strength and bravery gave her courage to escape alone from her master to freedom in the north. She took her mothers name 'Harriet' and made the dangerous journey south many times to lead dozens of enslaved African Americans to freedom through the underground railroad. She later a leading campaigner for women's suffrage, civil rights and a spy during the civil war.
Part of our Black Lives Matter collection, which helps you ensure visibility of the Black community in your home, your bookshelf and your lives.
- Ages 4+
- Publisher: Aurum Press Imprints
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 32
- Size: 240 x 195mm