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eBook If You Lived At The Time Of The American Revolution (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) (If You Lived.(Prebound)) ePub

by Daniel O'leary,Kay Moore

eBook If You Lived At The Time Of The American Revolution (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) (If You Lived.(Prebound)) ePub
Author: Daniel O'leary,Kay Moore
Language: English
ISBN: 0613080467
ISBN13: 978-0613080460
Publisher: Turtleback; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (June 1, 1998)
Category: History
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 792
Formats: docx lit mbr lrf
ePub file: 1822 kb
Fb2 file: 1881 kb

- School & Library Binding. The If You Lived series is great, especially for homeschoolers. If you are wanting to investigate the lives of the revolutionists, this is very helpful for students in third and fourth grade.

- School & Library Binding. Very educational, great illustrations. One person found this helpful.

by Kay Moore First published June 1st 1998. Showing 1-7 of 7. If You Lived At The Time Of The American Revolution (Paperback). Published June 1st 1998 by Scholastic Paperbacks.

This book is an informational book that provides its readers with tons of factual information about the American Revolution. The text is very simplistic and is broke down into sections by questions and answers. Not only is the book broken down into smaller sections, but within the sections, the Format/Length: Picture book/Question & Answer Sections; 80 pages. This book is an informational book that provides its readers with tons of factual information about the American Revolution.

Series Title: If You Lived. Publisher: Turtleback Books. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info. Age Range: 4-8 years. Book theme: United States.

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Published September 2000 by Perfection Learning Prebound. Internet Archive Wishlist. ISBN 13. 9780756901721. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Kay Moore's excellent book is of tremendous value to young students of history because it contributes something rare for younger readers - some insight into the other side of the story of the American Revolution. Not every colonist was in favor of war, and many fled for their lives rather than refuse to follow their conscience. Many in the colonies felt they owed their comfortable lifestyle to England, and had no intention of biting the hand that had fed them so well. They also felt that they had the rights and privilidges of free British men and women, and needed no rebellion to secure.

If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. 3 Do you ever wonder what it would have been like if you had lived at the time of The American Revolution? Would your family have been on the side of the Patriots or on the side of the Loyalists? What would your life have been like once your family decided to be a Loyalist or a Patriot? You will find the answers to these questions and more by reading the boo. .IF YOU LIVED AT THE TIME OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Binding: Library Binding. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. Synopsis: For use in schools and libraries only. This companion book to the Felicity stories focuses on Felicity's best friend Elizabeth, an English girl from a prominent Loyalist family. We will accept items for return if the item is no longer needed for 15 days of the items arrival date. Visit Seller's Storefront.

Colonies on strange and exotic worlds. Ancient Egypt in the time of the Old Kingdom approximately 2500 BC. I'd like see what the pyramids looked like when they were new. That society is so different from our own it could have taken place on another planet. The main drawback of going back in time is that life expectancy was like 30. That would be a bummer. Since we're just dreaming anyway let me say that I would not have liked to be a priest back then. They had to remove all the hair on their bodies and took 6 baths a day.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Explains the events of the American Revolution, looks at how people got food, went shopping, and got news. Discusses the differences between Patriots and Loyalists, and how one could tell the difference.
Grari
This Book is a very good source for helping teach what everyday life was like for both the Patriots and Loyalists during the Revolutionary War. Although I am not an expert on the Revolutionary War I do know quite a bit about the time period and am a stickler for historical accuracy.I am also a stickler when it comes to revitionist history or creating a historical bias due to omitting facts so I am very careful about the sources I use when teaching history to my second graders. While I think the book did a good job of presenting the perspectives of both Patriots and Loyalists the book did go a little heavy on the abuse suffered by Loyalists from Patriots. Both sides suffered abuse from the other but the book fails to mention that Patriots also sufferd the same abuse by Loyalists. Example: both Loyalist and Patriots had homes and property seized and burned- not just Loyalists as the book implies.

The book also made a huge historical error in stating that George Washington's older brother Lawrence remained a staunch Loyalist during the Revolution resulting in family division. This is simply not true. Lawrence had been dead many years before the beginning of the Revolution having died while George was still a teen-ager. It was from Lawrence that George inherited Mount Vernon. George did have other brothers but all of them served on the Patriots side. It may be that the author confused Lawrence with George's in-laws some of whom remained Loyalists, but when writing a historical book, especially one whose purpose is to educate children, correct factual detail is a must.This was a big mistake to make and one that could easily have been avoided just by double-checking facts. If this book is ever reprinted I hope this mistake will be corrected.

Despite the error I found, this book had a lot of good information and was a valuable resource in teaching my second grade students about the Revolutionary War. I just made sure I expanded or explained where needed.
Malanim
I bought this for my 10-year old son, and while the introductory information is age-appropriate, it reads like a book for a much younger child. The book is also quite brief. What's here is fine, but I wish it were more comprehensive.
Jazu
The If You Lived series is great, especially for homeschoolers. Very educational, great illustrations.
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daughter passed essay on this book in school.
SmEsH
I have many books from the "If you Lived During..." for my students and it seems no matter what grade I teach, they are always very popular books with my kids. They're informative in a kid-friendly way with realistic illustrations. These are great books for unit studies as well. Teacher recommends!
Ynap
A excellent book for everyone even though I bought it for my grandchildren and found it extremely informative! It can't super speedy! Very y I chose this company
Wymefw
If you are wanting to investigate the lives of the revolutionists, this is very helpful for students in third and fourth grade.
This is an excellent book, as it is not just about the revolution, but mostly about the people. It is not just about events, but also about the people involved.l
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