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Wild Canada geese. That’s what 16-year-old Lucy Spencer and her family call the runaway slaves who ocassionally hide in their Ohio home. But when Lucy becomes involved in a daring rescue attempt, she learns the ultimate meaning of sacrifice. Popular young adult novelist and author of The Family Tree, Katherine Ayres takes readers back in time for an adventure of great courage and compassion.

©1998 Katherine Ayres (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC

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This story opens up a window to the true hardship of slavery and the Underground Railroad. Not only for the slaves but for those who chose to help them get free. this story is both exciting, intriguing and eye-opening! I would definitely recommend this story to anyone who would like to know the true hardships of the Underground Railroad!