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by Bob Dacey,Debra Bandelin,Patricia Lakin

ePub Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution (Ready-to-read SOFA) download
Author:
Bob Dacey,Debra Bandelin,Patricia Lakin
ISBN13:
978-0689870323
ISBN:
0689870329
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Publisher:
Simon Spotlight; Repackage edition (July 1, 2006)
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Subcategory:
History
ePub file:
1253 kb
Fb2 file:
1941 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
446

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But Abigail turned out to be so much more. Read all about the fascinating life of our nation's second First Lady - a woman who helped shape the early history of the United States.

When Abigail Adams was born, women were expected to be just wives and. Start by marking Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. But Abigail turned out to be so much more.

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When Abigail Adams was born, women were expected to be just wives and mothers. Patricia lives in New York City with her husband, Lee Koenigsberg. They have two grown sons, Aaron and Benjahmin

When Abigail Adams was born, women were expected to be just wives and mothers. They have two grown sons, Aaron and Benjahmin.

Abigail Adams by Patricia Lakin - When Abigail Adams was born, women were expected to be just wives and mothers. First Lady of the American Revolution. Part of Ready-to-read SOFA. Illustrated by Bob Dacey and Debra Bandelin.

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Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution. Lakin, Patricia, Bob Dacey, and Debra Bandelin. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks. For children aged 4 through 8; part of the Aladdin "Ready to Read" series.

Abigail Adams (Paperback). But Abigail turned out to be so much more

Abigail Adams (Paperback). First Lady of the American Revolution (Ready-to-read SOFA). By Patricia Lakin, Bob Dacey (Illustrator), Debra Bandelin (Illustrator). Simon Spotlight, 9780689870323, 48pp. Publication Date: July 1, 2006. When Abigail Adams was born, women were expected to be just wives and mothers. Patricia Lakin, a former elementary school teacher and an award-winning author, has written more than fifty published works.

Find nearly any book by Patricia Lakin. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution (Ready-to-read Level 3): ISBN 9781424215607 (978-1-4242-1560-7) Fitzgerald Books, 2007. Clarence the Copy Cat. by Patricia Lakin.

Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution, illustrated by Bob Dacey and Debra Bandelin, Aladdin . Patricia Lakin's books for young readers range from picture books to nonfiction biographies such as Amelia Earhart: More than a Flyer and Harry Houdini: Escape Artist.

Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution, illustrated by Bob Dacey and Debra Bandelin, Aladdin (New York, NY), 2006. Max and Mo's First Day of School, illustrated by Brian Floca, Aladdin (New York, NY), 2007. Beginning readers are the focus of warm-hearted standalone stories such as Fat Chance Thanksgiving as well as her whimsical "Max and Moe" easy-reader series, in which two classroom hamsters deal with simple setbacks.

When Abigail Adams was born, women were expected to be just wives and mothers. But Abigail turned out to be so much more. Read all about the fascinating life of our nation's second First Lady -- a woman who helped shape the early history of the United States.
  • Perfect resource for young readers learning about early American history. Makes historical figures more relatable.

  • Good book, given the reading level. However, I don't find that this book really gives a true picture of who Abigail Adams really was, not does it highlight her many accomplishments.

  • Good basic bio for younger grades just beginning to read or struggling readers. Gives students an idea of women's roles in the days before the Revolution.

  • I bought this to use in my 6th grade reading classroom. It is excellent to use to teach reading skills such as main idea, author's purpose, or summarizing. I put it in a center and students have 10 minutes to use the book for an assignment. Since it is at a lower reading level, students have success in building skills to use in higher level texts.

    This book is a good addition to the grade 1-6 classroom library.