“Little Slave Girl” is written for children by a husband and wife team. Judy and Keith have written a delightful short book focused towards the elementary grade audience. The book will encourage both boys and girls in third to fifth grader. They will be taken on a brief adventure. The adventure involves two friends who connect with the main character, the little slave girl. The little girl learns several important life lessons being a slave to the Princess.
The Princess in the story is the protagonist. The two friend who are reading and experiencing the life of the little slave girl learn to empathize with the character. As a result of empathizing with the slave girl Nicole and James are able to assist each other through a challenging period during their summer vacation. The life lesson for Nicole and her best friend James deepens their relationship and that of their parents.
“Little Slave Girl” by Judy and Keith is probably less than 1000 words but is quite entertaining.
I recommend “Little Slave Girl” for youngster’s ages 7-10 years of age.
Nicole and James have a summer reading project. It sounds boring, but they both really relate with the main characters, and take it in turn being the little slave girl. Then Nicole goes missing. Are there clues in the story for James to find?