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    freemangirls's book review was featured in Amos Fortune, Free Man.
    How would you like to be separated from your family as a fifteen year old? Well, that is exactly what prince At-mun of At-mun-shi Tribe had to face as a teenager. As strong young At-mun stood up on the auction block, he was now going to be known as Amos Fortune to the world. Amos was bought by the loving Copeland family, who were devout Christians. Living with the Copeland family helped Amos to become a bold Christian and learn the skill of the tanning trade. At the age of sixty, Amos was finally set free. With Amos’ freedom he desired to set others free. Because Amos felt the need to liberate others, he purchased young Lily, Lydia, Violet, and Celyndia. Truly, Amos believed that, “some things are too wonderful even for a child, and freedom’s one of them.”` In my opinion, Amos Fortune was a boring novel because it was not exciting and it contained no interesting parts. But, what this book did have is important life lessons. One of the meaningful lessons this book taught me was that all people have value. You should never rashly judge a book by its cover, which is the same principle as not judging a person by the color of their skin. Amos became a hard working man who realized his dream by buying his own piece of land, which encourages me to follow my dreams too. One time an elder who was from the church said, “It is too bad he isn’t white. He could do a lot of good for the church.” Even though Amos was black, he could still do amazing things for the church. Because Amos was a diligent worker, he did give the church a new silver communion set before he died. This book has taught me that blacks are just as equal as whites, and we should respect everyone. Ginger Age 10
    Almost 3 years ago
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    freemangirls added a book review.
    How would you like to be separated from your family as a fifteen year old? Well, that is exactly what prince At-mun of At-mun-shi Tribe had to face as a teenager. As strong young At-mun stood up on the auction block, he was now going to be known as Amos Fortune to the world. Amos was bought by the loving Copeland family, who were devout Christians. Living with the Copeland family helped Amos to become a bold Christian and learn the skill of the tanning trade. At the age of sixty, Amos was finally set free. With Amos’ freedom he desired to set others free. Because Amos felt the need to liberate others, he purchased young Lily, Lydia, Violet, and Celyndia. Truly, Amos believed that, “some things are too wonderful even for a child, and freedom’s one of them.”` In my opinion, Amos Fortune was a boring novel because it was not exciting and it contained no interesting parts. But, what this book did have is important life lessons. One of the meaningful lessons this book taught me was that all people have value. You should never rashly judge a book by its cover, which is the same principle as not judging a person by the color of their skin. Amos became a hard working man who realized his dream by buying his own piece of land, which encourages me to follow my dreams too. One time an elder who was from the church said, “It is too bad he isn’t white. He could do a lot of good for the church.” Even though Amos was black, he could still do amazing things for the church. Because Amos was a diligent worker, he did give the church a new silver communion set before he died. This book has taught me that blacks are just as equal as whites, and we should respect everyone. Ginger Age 10
    Almost 3 years ago
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