BOUND FOR JAMAICA

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Motivate your struggling students to read for pleasure with exciting fiction and non-fiction at exactly the right level. Most suitable for students aged 11-14. Between 1500 and 1800, over 12 million Africans were sold into slavery. This is the story ...

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BOUND FOR JAMAICA

Motivate your struggling students to read for pleasure with exciting fiction and non-fiction at exactly the right level. Most suitable for students aged 11-14. Between 1500 and 1800, over 12 million Africans were sold into slavery. This is the story of one boy who is kidnapped, sold and transported as a slave across the Atlantic from West Africa to a sugar plantation in Jamaica. The story of slavery told through a mixture of narrative and factual history. Find out the real story of the thousands of Africans taken from their homeland to work as slaves in the Americas and the Caribbean. This is a Level 2 book (3000 words, 48 pages). Higher levels are available, please contact your Nelson sales representative.

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