Easy read. Very short simple and to the point. Would definitely read this to a younger audience. Speaks about a very important historical time in a easy to understand way.
This is a very simple nonfiction book. This story tells about how the slaves would run away to freedom and how terrifying it was. The color scheme of this book changes from blues to yellows as they become more uplifted and free. It is a simple and easy book to understand. There is also good information at the end of the book to continue the learning.
Underground by Shane W. Evans, 2011. The book is very short and the words are easy. I like the illustrations they fill up the entire page. You almost don‘t need the words because the pictures tell the story. It is the journey of slaves becoming free.
Underground by Shane W. Evans was published in 2011. The book is about slaves running away and gaining freedom. It uses small phrases that are powerful with illustrations that help explain the text. I like this book because it has strong meaning in such a small amount of words.
Underground was written in 2011 by Shane Evans. This is a book with few words but the point of the story is clear. It is about slaves escaping to their freedom. The pictures in this book are amazing and make the small amount of words perfect. This is a great book for kids to read when learning about slavery. It is simple to read and will help them understand what they had to go through to get their freedom
Underground by Shane w. Evans is a nonfiction book that was published in 2011. This book is about the Underground Railroad and how a family crawls along the ground to stay safe. They have to stay out of sight so they run through unlit woods. Sleep beneath bushes, take shelter in a kind strangers home. They are heading for freedom by way of the Underground Railroad.
Underground is a HF simple picture book that follows the story of a group of slaves who are trying to break free and make it north where they can be. It uses simple, simple sentences which lends it to be an excellent GR. It covers UDL 3.1, 7.2 and ESOL 14, and 27. The resource is for 5th up while the book is geared more towards emergent readers, however you can modify the lesson, or use the book as a jumping point for the main lesson.