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by Ann McGovern

ePub If You Grew Up With Abraham Lincoln download
Author:
Ann McGovern
ISBN13:
978-0606034081
ISBN:
0606034080
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Publisher:
Demco Media (February 1, 1992)
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Subcategory:
History
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4.2
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Ann McGovern was born and raised in New York. McGovern worked at Scholastic, Inc. and created the See-Saw Book Club

Ann McGovern was born and raised in New York. She was fascinated by reading and has been doing so ever since she was a little girl. Ms. McGovern also enjoys travelling and has been to every continent. and created the See-Saw Book Club. She left in 1967 to devote all of her time to writing. Many of McGovern’s books are about nature, ecology, history, adventures around the world, biographies of heroic women, retelling folk tales, and the world beneath the sea, reflecting her own avid interests in these topics.

What happened if you got sick? What was your blab school like and what would you do to earn 25 cents a day?

What happened if you got sick? What was your blab school like and what would you do to earn 25 cents a day? Interesting answers to questions you never knew before. Illustrated by George Ulrich.

Ann McGovern elaborates upon our conceptualization of how daily pioneer life wa.

Ann McGovern elaborates upon our conceptualization of how daily pioneer life was. I was most struck by rudimentary clothes, classroom dynamics, and houses without windows or doors. Abraham’s mother passed away and a new Mrs. Lincoln was stauncher about If You Grew Up With Abraham Lincoln is a pleasant surprise. This 1966 school book was free at a garage sale and isn’t about presidency but Abraham’s environment. Canada had similarities in food, weather, early structures, clothing, and geography. Ann McGovern elaborates upon our conceptualization of how daily pioneer life was.

This book tells you what it was like to grow up on the frontiers of Kentucky and Indiana, in the prairie town of New Salem, Illinois, and in the city of Springfield, Illinois, during the early 1800s.

Select Format: Hardcover. This book tells you what it was like to grow up on the frontiers of Kentucky and Indiana, in the prairie town of New Salem, Illinois, and in the city of Springfield, Illinois, during the early 1800s. ISBN13: 9780590451543. Release Date: February 1992.

Find this book in a library near you, using WorldCat. The author shows what it would be like to live in the same places that Lincoln lived - Kentucky and Indiana, a prairie town, and the city of Springfield, Illinois.

Reading Level: Early Elementary School, Pre-School Genre: Non Fiction Publisher: Holiday House 1989. Find this book in a library near you, using WorldCat. Related Resources Reference Materials.

Author: Mcgovern, Ann Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks. Illustrated text reveals the kind of life a child would lead if he had grown up in the days of Lincoln's boyhood. Scholastic, Incorporated. Показать все 11 объявления с подержанными товарами. Продавец:oriontechllc (57500)99,0% положительных отзывовСвязаться с продавцом.

By George Ulrich, Ann McGovern. What would you do for fun?" These - and 25 other questions children might ask about life in Lincoln's time - are answered in this information-packed book for young readers

By George Ulrich, Ann McGovern. What would you do for fun?" These - and 25 other questions children might ask about life in Lincoln's time - are answered in this information-packed book for young readers. lt;p The author shows boys and girls what it would be like to live in the same places that Lincoln lived - as a boy in Kentucky and Indiana, as a young man. in the prairie town of New Salem, Illinois, and later in the city of Springfield, Illinois. lt;/p

Are you sure you want to remove If you grew up with Abraham Lincoln from your list?

If you grew up with Abraham Lincoln. Are you sure you want to remove If you grew up with Abraham Lincoln from your list? If you grew up with Abraham Lincoln.

McGovern, Ann. If You Grew Up with Abraham Lincoln. Robertson, James I. Jr. Civil War! America Becomes a Nation. An Illustrated History for Young People.

Illustrated text reveals the kind of life a child would lead if he had grown up in the days of Lincoln's boyhood
  • "In summer, everyone went barefoot most of the time. People carried their shoes to church. Then put them on to go inside"--from book.

    You'll also find answers to questions like the following about Abe Lincoln's time: How would you send a letter? What were school teachers like? What could you buy in Springfield (Abe's hometown)? What was house furniture like?

    This and much more interesting information about Lincoln's time await you. But a previous reviewer has a good point: Why is there nothing about blacks and slavery? The fact that it was mostly farther east may account for this omission, but still a mention would have been informative.

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  • If You Grew Up With Abraham Lincoln is written by Ann McGovern. This book is about Abe Lincoln's life on the frontier, in town , and in the city of Springfield, IN. It also talks about his election to the Presidency. When Abe was a boy he slept in a loft. Later in a village called New Salem, he opened a store. Then he worked as a lawyer in Springfield. When the year 1860 came, Abe found out he had been elected President! My favorite part of this book is when McGovern mentions that Abe slept on the counter in his store in New Salem. I give this book five stupendous stars!

  • I really enjoyed reading this book with my 7 year old son. The perspective that it gives, that is looking at what the past was like in real everyday terms, helped him to get a grasp of what kinds of advances there have been in 200 years. The language was appropriate for the age and the illustrations supported the text. This book could be used in many ways in a classroom or homeschool situation. I recommend it for anyone trying to convey the difference between past and present to a child.

  • If you want your children to learn about the realities of living in the 1800s, do not buy this book. It leaves out one crucial factor. SLAVERY. There is no mention of African Americans anywhere in this book, nor are they pictured anywhere in the book. There are other books that you can find for your children that actually tell you what happened in American history.