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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Colleton - Main Library JE Ransome, James (Text) 3010327945 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Dorchester - St. George Main Library E RAN (Text) 30018005557174 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Dorchester - Summerville Branch E RAN (Text) 30018005743709 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Fairfield - Main Library JE Ran (Text) 33116002642333 Juvenile Award Available -
Florence - Johnsonville Branch JE R (Text) 33172006456584 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Florence - Lake City Branch JE R (Text) 33172006457145 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Florence - Main Library JE R (Text) 33172006456592 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Florence - Olanta Branch JE R (Text) 33172006457038 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Florence - Pamplico Branch JE R (Text) 33172006456923 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Florence - Timmonsville Branch JE R (Text) 33172006456816 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781442421134
  • ISBN: 1442421134
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, [2019]

Content descriptions

General Note:
"A Caitlyn Dlouhy Book."
Summary, etc.:
"Every single morning, the overseer of the plantation rings the bell. Daddy gathers wood. Mama cooks. Ben and the other slaves go out to work. Each day is the same. Full of grueling work and sweltering heat. Every day, except one, when the bell rings and Ben is nowhere to be found. Because Ben ran. Yet, despite their fear and sadness, his family remains hopeful that maybe, just maybe, he made it North. That he is free. An ode to hope and a powerful tribute to the courage of those who ran for freedom, The Bell Rang is a stunning reminder that our past can never be forgotten"-- Provided by publisher.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 4-8.
Grades Preschool-3.
360L Lexile
Awards Note:
Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Book Award, 2020.
Subject: Slavery > Juvenile fiction.
Slavery > Fiction.
Fugitive slaves > Fiction.
African Americans > Fiction.
Family life > Fiction.
Genre: Picture books.
Summary: "Every single morning, the overseer of the plantation rings the bell. Daddy gathers wood. Mama cooks. Ben and the other slaves go out to work. Each day is the same. Full of grueling work and sweltering heat. Every day, except one, when the bell rings and Ben is nowhere to be found. Because Ben ran. Yet, despite their fear and sadness, his family remains hopeful that maybe, just maybe, he made it North. That he is free. An ode to hope and a powerful tribute to the courage of those who ran for freedom, The Bell Rang is a stunning reminder that our past can never be forgotten"--
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