Betsy Ross and the Silver Thimble

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Betsy Ross and the Silver Thimble

Betsy Ross and the Silver Thimble Two enduringly popular Aladdin series Ready to Read and Childhood of Famous Americans combine in our new Ready to Read COFA program It entertains and informs beginning readers with stories of famili

  • Title: Betsy Ross and the Silver Thimble
  • Author: Stephanie Greene
  • ISBN: 9780613450126
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Two enduringly popular Aladdin series, Ready to Read and Childhood of Famous Americans, combine in our new Ready to Read COFA program It entertains and informs beginning readers with stories of familiar figures from America s past Just in time for the Fourth of July, our Summer 2002 titles celebrate two beloved heroes from Colonial times.Little Betsy Ross loves to sew, bTwo enduringly popular Aladdin series, Ready to Read and Childhood of Famous Americans, combine in our new Ready to Read COFA program It entertains and informs beginning readers with stories of familiar figures from America s past Just in time for the Fourth of July, our Summer 2002 titles celebrate two beloved heroes from Colonial times.Little Betsy Ross loves to sew, but she wants to prove to her brother that she can build a table just like he can, even though she doesn t enjoy building When her efforts result in failure, she turns to her mother for comfort Her mother then teaches her a valuable lesson that only by being true to herself will Betsy find happiness.

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    One thought on “Betsy Ross and the Silver Thimble

    1. Jsagat on said:

      Easy to read series for beginning readers about famous americans

    2. Addie on said:

      So when you try to do something new, and you fail the first time and hurt yourself, you aren't being true to yourself, so you just need to stick to what you already know? Especially if you're a girl trying to do a "man's" job? I agree with another review: this is patriarchal bs.

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