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"The Time Travels of Annie Sesstry" provides much-needed glimpses at important American history through the eyes of a very wise thirteen-year-old young lady. This is an important book for young readers and adults alike, that brings alive the struggles of enslaved persons and the rich African cultural heritage they drew upon to make sense of their enslavement. "The Time Travels of Annie Sesstry" is exceptionally well researched and a very compelling tale. This book should be read in every Middle and High School in the nation”.


Ted McConnell, Executive Director

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