We know about how important Susan B. Anthony was to women's rights. We know how important Frederick Douglass was to abolition and reconstruction. But did you know that these two American heroes were also friends and allies? Although their backgrounds differed greatly, Douglass and Anthony were united in their quest for inclusive American freedom.
Geared toward grades 1-4, all ages will enjoy a chance to learn more about these two American heroes, how they met, and what their friendship was like during some of the country's difficult early days. Complemented by stunning watercolor illustrations, this picture book will be an instant favorite. Gather around to learn about this unlikely friendship.
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