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This lively picture book biography of a woman who disguised herself as a man during the Civil War introduces a time in U.S. history and a bit of women’s history. There are inferential thinking opportunities in either subject. (For example: From Sarah’s experiences, what can be inferred about women’s status in the 19th century? What can be inferred about the status of slaves when one young enslaved man tells Sarah he can’t use cash money?)

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