Pilgrim Voices: Our First Year in the New World

Pilgrim Voices Our First Year in the New World C S Lewis Noteworthy List Notable Children s Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies The richly colored paintings have a formal period look befitting the text and the authenticity of the entr

  • Title: Pilgrim Voices: Our First Year in the New World
  • Author: Connie Roop Peter Roop Shelley Pritchett
  • ISBN: 9780802783158
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Hardcover
  • C.S Lewis Noteworthy List Notable Children s Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, 1995 The richly colored paintings have a formal, period look befitting the text and the authenticity of the entries is likely to intrigue young readers SLJ.

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    1. Wow, this is fantastic! If you want your children to learn the facts about the Pilgrim's first settlement, read this! Rather than writing their own text, Connie and Peter Roop share the Pilgrim's own words, actual diary and journal excerpts, about what took place over three hundred years ago. I'm so glad someone did this! There's a book entitled, Pilgrim Adventure, that I recommend to everyone because it does the same thing, it presents history from the eye-witness accounts we have. It's just no [...]

    2. The clear, easy-to-read, double-spaced type tells the story of the Pilgrims’ first year in the New World as a series of dairy entries written in the first person. The primary sources the authors drew from were Mourt’s Relation and Of Plymouth Plantation, sources authored by Edward Winslow and William Bradford. The editors modernized the language and changed Bradford’s journal from the third to the first person for unity of voice. About half of the 45-pages in this God-honoring history are [...]

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