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You Wouldn't Want to Sail on the Mayflower!…
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You Wouldn't Want to Sail on the Mayflower! (original: 2005; edição: 2013)

de Sir Peter Cook Dr (Autor), Kevin Whelan Sis Sis (Ilustrador)

Séries: You Wouldn't Want to (Sail)

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This best-selling series engages readers of all levels by making them part of the story. Readers will become the main character and can revel in the gory and dark sides of life throughout important moments in history. Perfect resource for reluctant readers with: humor and history tied to curriculum entertaining sidebars to pique reader's curiosity comprehensive glossary to support content index to make navigating subject matter easier… (mais)
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Título:You Wouldn't Want to Sail on the Mayflower!
Autores:Sir Peter Cook Dr (Autor)
Outros autores:Kevin Whelan Sis Sis (Ilustrador)
Informação:Franklin Watts (2013), Edition: Revised, 32 pages
Coleções:Picture Book, Memoir, Fantasy, Middle grade, NonFiction, Suspense, YA, Series, Mystery, Fiction, Hardcover, Trade pb, Mass Market, Own, Borrowed from library, Picture books read with kids, Read and Own, Sua biblioteca, Lidos mas não possuídos
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:borrowed-library, childrens, hardcover, history, non-fiction, series, picture-book, with-my-kids

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You Wouldn't Want to Sail on the Mayflower!: A Trip That Took Entirely Too Long de Peter Cook (2005)

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  OakGrove-KFA | Mar 28, 2020 |
You Wouldn't Want to Sail on the Mayflower! was a wonderful example of an informational text that engages young readers. This book has great illustrations in a cartoon form that make it entertaining to read. In addition to this the information that was presented was accurate and taken more seriously. My only complaint with this book is that the font is a bit small and there is a lot of text on the page. It may have benefited from being a few pages longer in order to make it easier to digest what is on the page. ( )
1 vote lharri41 | Apr 25, 2019 |
This book is very informative .It was a lesson on history put in a very fun way.It is very colorful witch make it attracted too all colors.It also attracted with he colorful way that Kevin Whelan draws the littler carton.I also like the fact that they tell you your a charter in the book .They also tell you the story of the person you are playing Ii also enjoyed the helpful hit that they had in the corner.I also enjoyed pictures and demonstrations they had of the boat.

The book starts of telling you the time line a a very interesting story .It then shins some truth not he really story .IT grabs you attention making you feel right their. Then it gives you help .Just in cause you need help if this happens to you .It then goes into detail about the sickness and health issues.It then end the book with an an a good story about the First thanksgiving .SO come read and have a good history lesson . ( )
  jayleenS.b4 | Jan 15, 2019 |
This book talks about where the Mayflower was heading and what happened.The Mayflower is a ship that was sent to the Americas after it was discovered. A girl and her family were on that ship and they were headed to Virginia.A storm blew them of course and the ended up in Massachusetts.When they arrived her dad signed the Mayflower contract and some other men did to.After the first winter her whole family died and she was an orphan.After the first winter her whole family died and she was an orphan.These times were pretty tough and luckly some of the people survived so now we have a united nation called America.
Being on that ship would be a nightmare because,I wouldn't get enough food I probably would be sick and I probably would die.I don't want a dead family just because of a religion, or freedom. I would like an alive,healthy family with a good job and food. At the same time I would want to go because I want to experience building,starting a fire with sticks ,hunt,make clothes of my design,and make up my own recipes. I would want to know how people started life on earth and what they did to survive. It would be a life experience that I would never forget. ( )
  KarinaL.B3 | Oct 22, 2017 |
Summary: This story is all about the journey that 102 Pilgrims took from England to America in 1602. The story begins by talking about how the English Puritans broke off from their church because they wanted religious freedom. It talks about how the group from England joined with a group from Holland to make the journey. The author talks about the different parts of the ship and what they were used for on the trip. He also talks about the crew and their jobs on the ship during the voyage as well as some of the important people from England who made the journey. Next the book goes into detail about what life was like for people on the ship including illness and dealing with rough seas. They finally find land after 66 days although they ended up in New England not Virginia like they had planned. Several men went ashore to find a place to build their new settlement and started construction on houses and storage buildings. They later met a Native American named Squanto who helped them adjust to life in Plymouth.

Review: I thought that this book was very interesting and well written. I like how at the beginning of the book the author gave the reader an identity. He told us our name, age, and about our family who would be traveling with us to America. This helps the reader to become more engaged and make a stronger connection to the story. The book was also very informative. Although some of it was fictional it also provided a lot of facts about Pilgrims and their journey on the Mayflower. I liked that there were a lot of additional captions and side-notes that made the book more interesting to read. I thought that the illustrations were excellent. They captured what they author was trying to say but many of them were also rather comical. I know that I was engaged while reading this book and I think that many students would be too. ( )
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This best-selling series engages readers of all levels by making them part of the story. Readers will become the main character and can revel in the gory and dark sides of life throughout important moments in history. Perfect resource for reluctant readers with: humor and history tied to curriculum entertaining sidebars to pique reader's curiosity comprehensive glossary to support content index to make navigating subject matter easier

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