Facing Frederick: The Life of Frederick Douglass, a Monumental American Man

From award-winning author Tonya Bolden comes the fascinating story of one of America's most influential African American voices
Teacher. Self-emancipator. Orator. Author. Man. Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) is one of the most important African American figures in US history, best known, perhaps, for his own emancipation. But there is much more to Douglass's story than his time spent in slavery and his famous autobiography. Delving into his family life and travel abroad, this book captures the whole complicated, and at times perplexing, person that he was. As a statesman, suffragist, writer, newspaperman, and lover of the arts, Douglass the man, rather than the historical icon, is the focus in
Facing Frederick.
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    • ISBN-13
      9781419737596
    • Weight
      0.9 lbs
    • ISBN-10
      1419737597
    • Item #
      59939
  • Category
    Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Age Group
    13 to 14 yrs
  • Grade Level
    6-8
  • Language
    English
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Theme 1
    Biography & Autobiography
  • Theme 2
    Social, Personal & Family Topics
  • Detailed (BISAC) Subject/Theme
    Social Activists
  • Awards
  • Author
    Bolden, Tonya
  • AR Level
    8.2
  • Dewey
    b
  • Publisher
    Harry N Abrams
  • Publication Date
    3/10/2020
  • Pages
    208
  • Dimensions
    0.6 H × 8.2 L × 5.5 W
  • Case Qty
    30

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