10.54 Marcia Vaughan Up the Learning Tree

ISBN 13 : 9781600604454

Up the Learning Tree

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A story set in the pre-Civil War South, in which an enslaved boy makes friends with a white teacher as he secretly learns to read and write while hiding in a sycamore tree outside the schoolhouse.

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Henry Bell is not allowed to learn to read and write. In fact, most enslaved children like him are severely punished if they are even caught with a book. But Henry is curious. He suspects there is something powerful in books, and he wants to know what it is.

One day Henry finishes his chores quickly, then runs to the schoolhouse. He hides in a sycamore tree just as the teacher begins reading a story. His heart pounds as he listens with astonishment, and right then he makes up his mind to learn to read. Henry's fierce determination and bravery in the face of serious consequences lead him to a special friendship, and a journey of discovery that changes his life forever.

Set in the pre-Civil War South, Up the Learning Tree is a story of hope and humanity during difficult times, and a poignant reminder that the freedom to learn should never be taken for granted.

About the Author :

Marcia Vaughan is a Lee and Low author.

Derek Blanks is a Lee and Low illustrator.

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