181 Pages: An African Prince who became a slave
The Prince of an African Tribe was Amos's position in life before the slavers came and took him away. He was then sold in Boston in 1725 after enduring the harsh Middle Passage but never did he forget his dignity. He clung to the hope of freedom and along the way to his, he bought other people's freedom. His kind nature and hopeful spirit got him through the rough life in the colonies before blacks were treated as equals. His story is filled with ups and downs worth reading so we can learn that other people, whatever the skin color, are equals. This book was a touching story worth your time and perfect for young readers.
(This book was part of my Sonlight U.S. History curriculum and I recommend it to other home school families.)