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Hardcover The Story of Sacajawea: Guide to Lewis and Clark [Large Print] Book

ISBN: 0836813855

ISBN13: 9780836813852

The Story of Sacajawea: Guide to Lewis and Clark [Large Print]

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Book Overview

Traces the life of the Shoshoni Indian girl, who was stolen from her tribe at the age of twelve, sold to a French trapper, and served as a guide in the Lewis and Clark expedition This description may be from another edition of this product.

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3 ratings

A Favorite Read-Aloud

We used this in our study of American History for my 6 and 10 year old children. I think the author did a fine job of bringing the adventures of Lewis and Clark to life. It doesn't necessarily focus on just Sacajawea, but we felt that we had traveled along with her. There wasn't an overt political agenda to the book, which was very refreshing. My children were inspired by this book to learn more about Lewis and Clark's travels. They can still tell the story of Sacajawea's cowardly husband in the storm.

Good book for children.

This was a book I sent to my grandson who loves to be read to. He enjoyed it very much.

Sacajawea (Dell Yearling Biography)

Was given as gift. Was told recipient liked it very much.
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