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eBook The Story of Gettysburg ePub

by Stephanie McFetridge Britt,Patricia A. Pingry

  • ISBN: 0824965035
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Stephanie McFetridge Britt,Patricia A. Pingry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ideals Childrens Books; Brdbk edition (October 1, 2003)
  • ePub book: 1325 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1400 kb
  • Other: azw mobi mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 496

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The story of Gettysburg. no page number in the book.

The story of Gettysburg. by. Pingry, Patricia . 1941-; Britt, Stephanie, ill. Publication date. urn:acs6:ng:pdf:8ad-c4f1883dfa22 urn:acs6:ng:epub:27d-cfbb2e92e89a urn:oclc:record:1036951978. ark:/13960/t9475d06p.

Artist Stephanie Britt has illustrated the book with bright colours. Central to the book is President Lincoln's dedication of the national cemetery with words that echo today: Government of the people, by the people, and for the people will not perish from the earth. i bought this book while touring the gettysburg battlefield for my 4 and 7 year olds. written by patricia pingry and illustrated by stephanie mcfetridge britt, i think that it is a fine "board" booklet introducing the american civil war, the battle, and, of course, lincoln's gettysburg address. i've gotta give it to them - there've been hundreds of thousands of.

The Story of Gettysburg book. Details (if other): Cancel. Stephanie McFetridge Britt (Illustrator). Intended for ages toddler and upwards, this book focuses on President Lincoln's dedication of the national cemetery with words: Government of the people, by the people, and for the people will not perish from the earth.

Patricia A. Pingry; e Britt. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Story of Gettysburg. Publisher: Ideals Publications. ISBN 10: 0824965035, ISBN 13: 9780824965037. Publication Date: 2003.

Meet George Washington by Patricia A. Pingry, Illustrated by Stephanie McFetridge Britt. Meet George Washington is a biography of the nation's first president, including his youth in Virginia, his army career, and his leadership of the newly formed United States of America.

Among her best-known titles are The Story of Easter and The Story of Christmas. Together these two titles have sold more than two million copies

Among her best-known titles are The Story of Easter and The Story of Christmas. Together these two titles have sold more than two million copies. Other titles include The Story of Jesus, The Story of Abraham Lincoln, and an assortment of other historical board books for children. Patricia lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Among her best-known titles are the perennial bestsellers The Story of Christmas and The Story of Easter. Together these two titles have sold more than 2 million copies. This children's book is charming, informative and gives a great introduction to Benjamin Franklin. It is a cute little board book and is just perfect for our three year old daughter. It gives simple information such as he was born in Boston, discovered electricity with a kite, invented bifocals and signed the Declaration of Independence among other neat little facts tucked into the book. Other titles include The Story of Jesus, The Story of George Washington, and an assortment of other historical board books for children.

Illustrations and easy-to-read text introduce significant people and places of the battle that turned the tide of the Civil War.

Comments

hulk hulk
Great for young readers. Simple version.
Whitebeard Whitebeard
Amazing story
lubov lubov
i bought this book while touring the gettysburg battlefield for my 4 and 7 year olds. written by patricia pingry and illustrated by stephanie mcfetridge britt, i think that it is a fine "board" booklet introducing the american civil war, the battle, and, of course, lincoln's gettysburg address. i've gotta give it to them - there've been hundreds of thousands of pages written about gettysburg. reviewing, selecting information for incorporation into a book such as this must be difficult. i thought that it was very good selection and writing. the illustrations were excellent. so many of the soldiers appeared to be quite young - this has the potential to bring the reader in and relate better but it also could instill some sense of fear that parents must address with their child. as a lover of history, i try everything to get my children interested in it. (i think i might be accomplishing this). overall, i think that this is a very good book for children that must be read with parents, so that they can explain and discuss peace, war, values, vulnerabilities ... i think that it is worth the new price (if you get free shipping).