All aboard, the Little Engine That Could takes passengers to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), and historic landmarks, picking up valuable knowledge at each stop.

Harriet Tubman devoted her life to the abolition of slavery. She is an inspiration to many for her dedication to equality and civil rights. She is one of the most notable figures in American history, an icon of the abolistionist movement.

This puzzle depicts runaway slaves making their way to freedom in the Little Engine That Could, over the mountain top. Recommended for boys and girls nine + years old. Designed/illustrated by prison artists.


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Puzzle & Audio Short Story

Freedom Ride


Black Cultural Enrichment: a journey to freedom


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Puzzle Pieces: 120

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Card Stock: Professional

Packaging: Polybag with the puzzle image

Manufacturer: eBooks By Crooks Publishers

Availability: Only Online

Product Design

This design concept belongs to the illustrator/artist, submitted to Prison Life & Beyond marketing platform for prisoners.