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    KINDLE [Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks] Genre Historical Realistic Fiction Grade 4 6This book teaches you a lot about what life is like in Alabama afte

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    KINDLE [Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks] THE HUMAN RIGHT TO BE FREEIn Alabama in 1888 a 12 year old black girl witnesses a 15 year old Indian boy escape from a stopped train The government is transporting Apaches from the dry West to the humid South Spun

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    summary Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks KINDLE [Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks] Patricia C. McKissack Ç 3 free download gr 5 8 165pgs1888uincy Alabama When 11 year old Sarah Crossman and her family discover a 15 year old Apache boy hiding in their barn they decide to help him They convince Mr Wratten one of the men working with the army to move Geronimo and his group of Apaches to Mount Vernon Alabama to let Sky stay with them When the Crossmans are in danger of losing their farm and are threatened by the KKK Sarah and her family refuse to leave their farm

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    Patricia C. McKissack Ç 3 free download read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ç Patricia C. McKissack summary Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks Twelve year old Sarah Jane finds a run away Apache boy dying in their family's barn While helping the boy recover his health Sarah learns the importance of freedom and standing up for what is right The author based this b

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Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB E he does not want She hopes he'll run far everyone deserves to be free Instead she finds him hiding in her family's ba. THE HUMAN RIGHT TO BE FREEIn Alabama in 1888 a 12 year old black girl witnesses a 15 year old Indian boy escape from a stopped train The government is transporting Apaches from the dry West to the humid South Spunky Sarah Jane must made an adult decision based on a child s reason should she reveal her private knowledge which will result in a free spirit being returned to bondage When she discovers that he is hiding in her barn she must choose between her innate desire to see all people free and her duty to her parents Sarah s father has troubles of his own the local Knights of Southern Manhood similar to the outlawed KKK resent the idea of blacks voting they use vicious methods to intimidate and punish blacks who try to register It infuriates them to see blacks who actually own land instead of just sharecropping being cheated by whites with no hope of economic freedom Naturally they refuse to permit any black business enterprise to succeed while the sheriff turns a blind eye to the terrors of the night riding Knights Blending both Black and Native American cultures Sarah s Mama represents a gracious bridge between two opposing worlds neither of which is respected by southern whites Will her family become too attached to this Indian boy and refuse to hand him over the Government s young agent Will Sky desert them in their time of crisis in order to return to his tribe in the West If the boll weevils don t run the Crossmans off their special place on earth the Knights with their flaming torches and hatred will surely do the rest The book includes historical references to Geronimo Booker T Washington and the Tuskegee Institute This is a page turner with tight plotting increasing dangers escalate to a fever pitch of tension for the final showdown A great introduction to Black History for elementary and junior high readers January 31 2012 I welcome dialogue with teachers

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Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Rn dying of swamp fever Sarah Jane and her mother nurse the boy but realize they'll have to turn him over to authoritie. The book Run Away Home by Patricia C McKissack is very interesting so far It is very interesting so far because the white people do bad things to black people but on page 26 chapter 5 a white man shook hands with a black man which was unusual They always have to borrow money from a white person in order to buy food The Apaches were captured by the soldiers and were treated really badly This book is also very sad because the Crossman s biggest Mule was poisoned and it took a whole year for Sarah s father to earn money to buy another Mule It is sad because the father s salary was very low and had to wait for another year to buy another Mule with very little to eat They have very little to eat because the father had to save money for another Mule which means he can t buy any food which will cause them to have very little food This is also very sad because to white people the blacks to them are people they can play around with like a toy or the whites don t treat the blacks like humans The white people can think those ways because the blacks don t really have the power to tell them

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Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB In 1888 Alabama young Sarah Jane witnesses an Apache boy jumping off a train headed for an Indian reservation and a lif. Genre Fiction Historical RealisticGrade 3rd 8thI thought this story was powerful The indian boy was running away from home to be free and the family who found him was a black family Sarah just wanted the boy to be free because EVERYONE DESERVES TO BE FREE The author had made connections that I saw between the two races and I thought it was an incredible book

  • Paperback
  • 176
  • Run Away Home Apple Paperbacks
  • Patricia C. McKissack
  • English
  • 22 February 2019
  • 9780590467520