This is a study guide for the book titled Listen for the Whippoorwill, by Dave & Neta Jackson. In this book, a young slave named Rosebud is led to freedom by Harriet Tubman.
There are 40 books in the TRAILBLAZER series. Each book focuses on the life of a Christian hero or a missionary. The books are classified as historical fiction because one or more fictional young people are included, but the information about the hero/missionary is true -- and there is a biographical section at the end of each book. The stories are suspenseful and engaging -- and readers learn about many important people from history.
Listen for the Whippoorwill is set in the U.S. in 1853; the Christian hero is Harriet Tubman.
Each section of this guide contains vocabulary exercises, questions for discussion, and a reading activity. Extension activities and an answer key are also included.
Reproducible sheets are available for this guide; the sheets contain all of the fill-in-the blank activities -- a copy can be made for each student:
Guide for TRAILBLAZER Book: Listen for the Whippoorwill Reproducibles
1) This guide is designed to be interactive -- it is not in workbook format.
2) An Introduction to TRAILBLAZER books and guides -- and free timeline figures -- are available:
Introduction to TRAILBLAZER Books and Guides; FREE Set of 40 Timeline Figures
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Guide for TRAILBLAZER Book: Listen for the Whippoorwill
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