My Name is Sally Little Song

My Name Is Sally Little Song

By Brenda Woods
Level 5
Review:

This is a well-written, interesting historical fiction with no objectionable material. I really enjoyed this book! I recommend this as a read-aloud for children 9+ or an independent read for children ages 11+, as there are some heavy subjects, such as death, in the book. However, the author does a great job at keeping a positive tone amidst the severe trials the young protagonists face. Most reluctant readers should like this book. The back cover reads: “Sally Harrison and her family are slaves on a plantation in Georgia. But when Master decides to sell Sally and her brother, the family escapes to seek shelter with a tribe of Seminoles who are rumored to adopt runaway slaves.” The only thing I didn’t like was the poor grammar some of the characters used, even though it was the author trying to make the characters authentic.

Region North America, United States, Georgia
Genre Historical Fiction
Digital Format Audiobook, E-book
The Good and the Beautiful Library No
  • Audiobook
  • E-Book
  • Top Picks
  • 4 Moral Value
  • 5 Educational Value
  • 2 Literary Value
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