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Album Elizabeth Yates - Amos Fortune, Free Man

Interprète:

Elizabeth Yates

Titre:

Amos Fortune, Free Man

Genre:

Non musique / Pour Enfants

Taille de l'album MP3:

2141 mb

Taille de l'album FLAC:

1068 mb

Label:

Newbery Award Records, Inc.

Classement:

4.4

Style:

Story, Audiobook, Spoken Word

Pays:

US

Date de publication:

1969

Catalogue:

NAC 3008

Album Elizabeth Yates - Amos Fortune, Free Man

Tracklist

1Amos Fortune, Free Man (Side 1)
2Amos Fortune, Free Man (Side 2)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NAR 3008Elizabeth Yates Amos Fortune, Free Man ‎(LP)Newbery Award Records, Inc.NAR 3008US1969

Album

Amos Fortune, Free Man is a biographical novel by Elizabeth Yates that won the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1951. It is about a young African prince who is captured and taken to America as a slave. He masters a trade, purchases his freedom and dies free in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, in 1801. Amos Fortune, a young African prince of a tribe called the At-mun-shi, was born free in Africa in 1710. He lives a peaceful life until a raid on their village by slavers kills his. Praise for Amos Fortune, Free Man. The moving story of a life dedicated to the fight for freedom. About the Author. Elizabeth Yates 19052001, prolific American author, won the 1951 Newbery Medal for her novel Amos Fortune, Free Man. She also received a Newbery Honor in 1944 for Mountain Born. Nora Unwin 19071982 illustrated more than one hundred books for children. John Newbery medal for the most distinguished contribution to American literature for Fortune, Free Man book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Amos Fortune, Free Man as Want to Read: Want to Read savingAmos Fortune, Free Man book. When Amos Fortune was only fifteen years old, he was captur. Start by marking Amos Fortune, Free Man as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Want to Read. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Published in 1950, Elizabeth Yates's Amos Fortune, Free Man is a biographical novel which follows the story of an African prince sold into slavery who later buys his freedom and starts a business in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. The book has been translated into several languages and won multiple awards, including the 1951 Newbery Medal for children's literature. Like many of Yates's other books, Amos Fortune, Free Man was illustrated by British artist Nora Unwin. Amos Fortune, Free Man is based on the true story of Amos Fortune 1710-1801, an African man sold into slavery who purcha. AMOS FORTUNE: FREE MAN ELIZABETH YATES WINNER OF THE NEWBERY MEDAL Amos Fortune was born the son of a king in the At-mun-shi tribe in Africa. The year was 1710. At fifteen he was captured by slave traders and brought to Massachusetts, where he was sold at auction. There he lived as a slave until he was sixty years old and able to purchase his freedom. At seventy Amos Fortune began a settled life for himself with his wife and his adopted daughter in the small village of Jaffrey, New Hampshire. He was an expert tanner, and when he died in 1801, he was one of the most respected citizens of Jaffrey. Part one of a reading of Amos Fortune: Free Man by Elizabeth Fortune: Free Man is based on the true story of a man who was bom in Africa, captured by slavers when he was fifteen, sold as a slave in America, and freed when he was fifty-nine. Amos Fortune's life illustrates the triumph of a patient and peaceful man who deeply values freedom, responsibility, and the respect each human being owes to others. Amos's love for the earth, whether in Africa or in New England, is inspiring. Although the captured Atmun-shi fail to respond to him, Amos's attempts to lead and preserve his people win readers' admiration, as do his humility, hi. Amos Fortune, Free Man book. A Newbery Medal Winner When Amos Fortune was only fifteen years old, he was captured by slave traders and brought to Massachusetts, where he was sold at auction. Although his freedom had been taken, Amos never lost his dinity and courage. For 45 years, Amos worked as a slave and dreamed of freedom. And, at age 60, he finally began to see those dreams come true. The Definitive Guide to. Amos Fortune, Free Man. Written by Elizabeth Yates. Published by Penguin Young Readers Group. Goodreads Rating - 3

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