Willow review by biddlet7346
Willow
by Tonya Cherie Hegamin
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Fiction

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The book Willow is about a young slave named Willow. Willow is a stable girl. She helps around the stable instead of in the fields. Willow's mother is gone and her dad is hardly ever there. Tiny is a friend of Willows. She doesn't work in the field because she is too tiny. Tiny mostly sews. Willow slowly makes  her way to freedom in the book when she meets Cajo. 
 
 

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My opinion about the book is it was boring at first but soon got better. I recommend it be read by older kids or advanced readers. The book is very good and I recommend it to anyone who likes action.  This book should be read  because it is based on facts and shows how people lived long ago.
Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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Has some Harsh language
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