George Washington: Farmer, Soldier, President

Pamela Hill Nettleton

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George Washington: Farmer, Soldier, President

George Washington Farmer Soldier President Give readers a fresh look into the fascinating lives of six famous Americans This Series is aligned with the Standard The History of the United States Democratic Principles and Values and the People

  • Title: George Washington: Farmer, Soldier, President
  • Author: Pamela Hill Nettleton
  • ISBN: 9781404801844
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Give readers a fresh look into the fascinating lives of six famous Americans This Series is aligned with the Standard, The History of the United States Democratic Principles and Values, and the Peoples from Many Cultures Who Contributed to Its Cultural, Economic, and Political Heritage, as required by the National Council for History.

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      Published :2018-08-26T23:54:59+00:00

    One thought on “George Washington: Farmer, Soldier, President

    1. Brittany Messer on said:

      I read the book, "George Washington: Farmer, Soldier, President" by Pamela Hill Nettleton. I really enjoyed this book and think Primary children would learn new and interesting facts about our first president. Many young children do not understand government or war but this book paints the basic picture of both. It tells the story of George Washington from birth to death in a very simple but effective way. I learned a few new facts that I did not know. I loved how this book took you on a journey [...]

    2. Karyn on said:

      The content in this book covers everything I want to cover on George Washington. Text is appropriate for kindergarten. The illustrations are unexciting. I would have liked a map of the 13 colonies in the book.

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