One Misstep Could Wreck Their Plan!
As the Christina steams southward, Libby Norstad and her friends Caleb and Jordan finalize their plans to rescue Jordan's family from slavery. But problems arise with the news of an escaped convict who may have sneaked aboard Captain Norstad's riverboat. And when someone overhears Libby talking to Caleb about Jordan being a fugitive slave, she fears it is the prisoner!
Sick at heart, Libby realizes that she has failed her friends. Not only has she risked Jordan's safety, but she has also endangered the mission to rescue his family. Will Caleb still be willing to trust her to help with the Underground Railroad? And if he does, can Libby avoid making another terrible mistake?
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She failed her friend and risked his safety. Will Libby’s mistake destroy their mission?
The Christina steams south while Caleb and Jordan finalize their plans. But someone overhears Libby talking about the scheme—will they tell the authorities that Jordan is a runaway slave?
Sick at heart, Libby knows she has let down her friends. She risked Jordan's freedom, and she endangered the mission to rescue his family. Will Caleb and Jordan trust her to help in the Underground Railroad?
Everything seems to be going against the rescue. Will they find a way to salvage the life-and-death mission?
From the golden age of steamboats, the rush of immigrants to new lands, and the dangers of the Underground Railroad, come true-to-life stories of courage, integrity, and suspense in the Freedom Seekers series.
About the Author:
Lois Walfrid Johnson is the award-winning author of more than twenty books. She has received the Gold Medallion award, the C.S. Lewis children's book award, and the Silver Angel Award from Excellence in Media and the Wisconsin State Historical Society Award for Distinguished Service to History for the stories in the ADVENTURES OF THE NORTHWOODS series. She and her husband, Roy, have three grown children and live in Minnesota. size : 5.2 x 8
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