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Author: Tom LaPadula,Joyce Milton
ISBN: 083681469X
Language: English
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub (July 1, 1996)
Rating: 4.3
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Chronicles the life and achievements of America's first president, the son of a plantation owner, who became a farmer, surveyor, soldier, general, and the nation's foremost leader in both war and peace. ISBN13:9780440400202. Release Date:January 1988.

More than anything George Washington enjoyed being with his wife, Martha, and her two children on their Mount Vernon farm. Washington, the "quiet hero," served his country well. This book tells how he did it. But when called upon to serve his country, he was always ready. General Washington helped to win our country's freedom from the British. He led the Constituional Convention and then became the first president of the United States of America. Boxid.

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July 30, 2010 History. The story of George Washington Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Recounts the life of America's first president, including his youth in Virginia, military career, role in the formation of an independent nation, and leadership of that new country. Famous lives, Famous lives (Milwaukee, Wi. Classifications.

The story of george washington. George Washington's father owned a large plantation on the western shore of the Potomac River

The story of george washington. The story of george washington . when washington was a boy. When George Washington was a boy there was no United States. George Washington's father owned a large plantation on the western shore of the Potomac River. George's great-grandfather, John Washington, had settled upon it nearly eighty years before, and there the family had dwelt ever since. There is a story that he had been too poor to pay his passage from England, and that he had, therefore, been sold to Mr. Washington as a slave for a short time; but how true this is, I cannot say.

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George Washington -. george washington was born on february 22, 1732 in virginia. Milton, Joyce, and Tom Lapadula. The Story of George Washington Quiet Hero. Milwaukee: Gareth Stevens Pubishing, 1988. World Book Student, 2011.

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Recounts the life of America's first president, including his youth in Virginia, military career, role in the formation of an independent nation, and leadership of that new country.
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Snake Rocking
Got it for my sons book report. I actually read it as it was quick interesting read. Would recommend .
Usanner
This book was a worthy tribute to our first President who was truly a quiet and even a reluctant hero. It told something of his boyhood, but the main focus was on his part in the formation of the United States. The reading was perfect for my sixth grade readers, and also held the interest of my Asian college-aged exchange students who are here to study American culture.