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Love Twelve Miles Long- Teacher's Guide

Grade Level Grades K-5


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Set on a plantation in 1820s Maryland, this story by Glenda Armand is based on the life of young Frederick Douglass and shows the power of his mother’s love. The faith she has in her son puts him on a path to escape enslavement and to become a champion of human rights. The educator's guide of Love Twelve Miles Long from Lee & Low Books includes a book summary, background, pre-reading focus questions, during-reading questions and vocabulary, and post-reading discussion questions, literature circle roles, reader-response and other writing prompts, ELL support, and interdisciplinary activities.]

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