Shelia P. Moses is the award-winning author of several books for young readers, including National Book Award Finalist, The Legend of Buddy Bush and I, Dred Scott. She's also the co-author of New York Times bestselling Callus on My Soul, comedian and activist Dick Gregory's memoir. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Read by J.D. Jackson
Laced with humor and a lot of heart, this is an affecting, fun tale from a storytelling master.
"With his smooth narration, vivid character depictions, and beautiful singing voice, Jackson enhances a plot that youngsters may find slow paced and a little morbid. He brings out the sorrowful emotions of the history of slavery as well as the deep spirituality and pride of the characters, along with their hope and joy as times begin to change for the better." - AudioFile Magazine
Released January 9, 2014