3 edition of Words Of Washington found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||James Parton (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
The last spoken words of Kafka were directed at a doctor who was unwilling to give him a lethal dose of morphine. He was dying of tuberculosis and couldn't speak in his final days. Fifth grader Sophie Washington faces off against Mr. Know-At-All, Nathan Jones, in the school spelling bee in this entertaining, illustrated, chapter book. Ages Book One of the Sophie Washington book series.
A vocabulary list featuring Words Every Middle Schooler Should Know. American Heritage Dictionaries normally feature ab entries. From that multitude, the editors have chosen words that are neither obscure nor outlandish that could give middle schoolers more aplomb and aptitude in their verbal encounters. This book is excellent, and if you are serious about studying G.W. Carver, I also suggest an old somewhat rare book by Rackham Holt titled "George Washington Carver, an American biography" which is pages long and was printed in (it has 22 photos).Reviews:
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Yet, it all works.4/5(K). This is an interesting book, in that it teaches about Washington, but also about how books for children were written in I read it aloud to my kids, and the somewhat archaic vocabulary made it more difficult than other books.
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He was not mentioned the way Washington and Jefferson were. What a fascinating personality he is. He was brilliant and after reading this book, it is obvious that our government and many of the ideas that made our country run are because of Hamilton.
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