This book takes you though a journey of a black girl named sugar in the slavery times. Sugar faces a lot of different things and is a wonderful book for 4-5 graders. I recommend this book for 4-5 graders.
I recommend this book for 4-5 graders. This book will take you on some rough journeys with this girl, her brother, and grandfather. This author of this book makes you feel like you are in the main character's shoes. If you like books with adventures (and rough ones as well) I recommend this book for you!
I recommend this book for 4-5 graders. If you like books with mysteries, adventures, and when you feel like your in the main character's shoes, then this is the book for you! I think the the author of this book did a great job including the feeling of making you feel like you are in the story. You go through a lot of mysteries and don't be afraid when something pops up!
I recommend this book for younger ages, especially when you have the 'Junior Classics for Young Readers' edition of this book. It wasn't the best to me because I like books where you have up and down thrilling adventures, and mysteries and that, to me, just wasn't included in this book. If you like up and down thrilling adventures and mystery books then I do not recommend this book for you, otherwise if you don't like that stuff in books, I recommend this book for you.
I recommend this book for 5-6 graders. You go through the capturing of booth and other fun adventures. And guess what? What? The author does a great job of not leaving out a single detail (major and minor) and makes you feel like you are from that time period.