Allen Jay y el Ferrocarril Subterráneo (Allen Jay and the Underground Railroad)

From the Series Yo solo: Historia (On My Own History)

  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 4   ·  
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

Allen Jay’s family farm is a stop on the Underground Railroad. Allen’s parents give food and shelter to slaves escaping from the South. One day in 1842, Allen’s father asks him to help a runaway slave. Is Allen brave enough? This exciting true story takes you along as Allen meets Henry James, an African American man struggling to find freedom.

Format List Price Your Price Qty
978-0-82257-784-3
$25.32 $18.99
978-1-58013-699-0
$38.65 $28.99
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 4
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Fiction
Subject Social Studies
Copyright 2008
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Brand On My Own Books
Imprint ediciones Lerner
Language Spanish
Number of Pages 48
Publication Date 2007-08-01
BISACS JUV004020, JUV011010, JUV016200
Dewey 973.7'115
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 6 x 8.5
ATOS Reading Level 3.5
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 14876
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
Features Author/Illustrator note and Pronunciation guide

Illustrator: Janice Lee Porter

Janice Lee Porter was born and raised in Chicago. She has a BFA in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from California State University, Chico. She is the illustrator of over two dozen children's books and is an art faculty member at Shasta College in Redding, California, where she teaches painting and drawing. She lives in Chico, California.

Author: Marlene Targ Brill

Marlene is an award-winning author of almost 70 titles for readers preschool through adult. She began writing while teaching children with disabilities, producing materials to help her students learn. With time, the desire to write grew stronger. Soon she was writing for a variety of formats—magazines, internet, newspapers, scripts, books, and textbooks for readers of all ages. Yet, she never forgets where the dream of writing originated—through work with children. She is drawn back into classrooms to share the wonders of research and writing, and, of course, reading books.