Caesar s Story In partnership with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation come authentic novels set in the th century about actual people places and events in this celebrated Virginia town Caesar s life as a slave

  • Title: Caesar's Story: 1759
  • Author: Joan Lowery Nixon
  • ISBN: 9780440416326
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
  • In partnership with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation come authentic novels set in the 18th century about actual people, places, and events in this celebrated Virginia town.Caesar s life as a slave consists of long hours of backbreaking work Having his mother, father, and sisters around him is the one thing that makes it all bearable But when the master chooses CaesarIn partnership with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation come authentic novels set in the 18th century about actual people, places, and events in this celebrated Virginia town.Caesar s life as a slave consists of long hours of backbreaking work Having his mother, father, and sisters around him is the one thing that makes it all bearable But when the master chooses Caesar to be his personal servant and live in the big house far from his own home, Caesar has no choice but to obey Why do things have to change

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    About "Joan Lowery Nixon"

    1. Joan Lowery Nixon

      Author of than one hundred books, Joan Lowery Nixon is the only writer to have won four Edgar Allan Poe Awards for Juvenile Mysteries and been nominated several other times from the Mystery Writers of America Creating contemporary teenage characters who have both a personal problem and a mystery to solve, Nixon captured the attention of legions of teenage readers since the publication of her first YA novel than twenty years ago In addition to mystery suspense novels, she wrote nonfiction and fiction for children and middle graders, as well as several short stories Nixon was the first person to write novels for teens about the orphan trains of the nineteenth century She followed those with historical novels about Ellis Island and, recently for younger readers, Colonial Williamsburg Joan Lowery Nixon died on June 28, 2003 a great loss for all of us.

    804 thoughts on “Caesar's Story: 1759”

    1. 4th-6th GradeNixon brings this slavery story to life through a 9 yr. old boy. Caesar learns how cruel the life of a slave is from an early age, as a childhe does back breaking work all day, but has a his family unit around him to support him. As we move through the story his sister is taken from the family to work at the "big house" and his father is taken from them to be auctioned off. He has been chosen to be the personal assistant to the owners son, that was a playmate at one time. Caesar is [...]



    2. Most of the story shares what I would imagine a semiźrealistic view of slavery that is good for making kids think. These are very interesting books! I'm excited to read more of them.


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