Priscilla's Homecoming Across The Sea

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Real life experience about a child kidnapped from her village in Sierra Leone, Africa in 1756. She survived the middle passage thousands of miles across the ocean. She was sold to a South Carolina plantation owner who kept strict records which gives us a glimpse into her life. Young people will be inspired by the courage of a little girl who symbolically made her way back home. More

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Words: 1,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9780996138413
About Stacey Culpepper

Stacey is a former school librarian and holds a certificate from the Institute of Children's Literature. She also holds a degree in Spanish and has lived in Latin America. Stacey is a member of the SCBWI and an advocate of diversity in reading. She is a community service volunteer mentoring women and girls of diverse backgrounds for over 25 years. Her expressive outlet has been writing since the age of 7, but she has recently ventured into publishing her works publicly. Her faith keeps her balanced and full of deep purpose. Stacey lives happily in California with her husband and they both enjoy traveling internationally.

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Review by: ang4u on Aug. 01, 2015 :
What a great story! It took me on a short emotional roller coaster.I really enjoyed reading this book because it shows that we never know how our actions now could influence the future and should try to make the best of every situation. I'm passing this on to my niece and nephew.
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