Under the Quilt of Night

Written by Deborah Hopkinson
Illustrations by James E. Ransome
What might it feel like to be a slave running for your life toward freedom?  Deborah Hopkinson’s book captures all the urgency and suspense that a trip to freedom might entail as told through the eyes of a young girl.  Rich illustrations bring this historical fiction story to life and tell the tale of how quilts and other hidden signs made for meaningful markers on the Underground Railroad toward freedom.
Suggested Reading Level: Ages 4 – 8

Under the Quilt of Night (Paperback)

By (author): Deborah Hopkinson

Award-winning duo Deborah Hopkinson and James E. Ransome combine their talents once more for this sequel to the best-selling Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt. Traveling late one night, a runaway slave girl spies a quilt hanging outside a house. The quilt's center is a striking deep blue -- a sign that the people inside are willing to help her escape. Can she bravely navaigate the complex world of the Underground Railroad and lead her family to freedom?
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