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eBook Mark Twain at Work! (Ready-to-read Level 2) ePub
Author: Howard Goldsmith
Language: English
ISBN: 1590549511
ISBN13: 978-1590549513
Publisher: Fitzgerald Books (January 1, 2007)
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 179
Formats: docx mobi lit lrf
ePub file: 1149 kb
Fb2 file: 1394 kb

Level 2: Reading Independently - More complex stories - Varied sentence structure - Paragraphs and short chapters One day young Sam Clemens, later known as Mark Twain, plays a big prank in school. His mom punishes Sam by asking him to paint the long fence outside. It's a job that would take one boy hours to complete, but clever Sam figures out a way to get the job done without doing any work himself at all. Product Identifiers.

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Level 2: Reading Independently - More complex stories - Varied sentence structure - Paragraphs and short chapters One day young Sam Clemens, later known as Mark Twain, plays a big prank in school.

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Mark Twain at Work (Childhood of Famous Americans: Ready-To-Read). Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780606278973 (978-0-606-27897-3) Demco Media, 2002. Howard Goldsmith at LibraryThing. Results page: 1 2 NEXT.

To understand Mark Twain as an author, it is first required to understand him as a man. His experience with the Mississippi River provides a substantial amount of biographical information, chronicling his time as a steamboat pilot in his youth. Here, Samuel Clemons devised his pen name, Mark Twain, being the oft-heard call of the ship’s leadsman, signaling that the water below was at least 12 feet deep and safe to cross. His memoir, Life on the Mississippi, first gives a history of the river as explored by Europeans and Americans, then tells of his time apprenticing on the river cruisers.

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