Item description for Three Young Pilgrims by Cheryl Harness...
Overview The Allerton children and their parents had never expected life in the New World would be so hard, with many of the new settlers dying during the winter, but the help of two friends, Samoset and Squanto, brings the colony through their first harvest. Reprint.
Publishers Description When Bartholemew, Remember, and Mary Allerton and their parents first step down from the "Mayflower" after sixty days at sea, they never dream that life in the New World will be so hard. Many in their Plymouth colony won't make it through the winter, and the colony's first harvest is possible only with the help of two friends, Samoset and Squanto. Richly detailed paintings show how the pilgrims lived after landing at Plymouth, through the dark winter and into the busy days of spring, summer, and fall. Culminating with the excitement of the original Thanksgiving feast, "Three Young Pilgrims" makes history come alive.
Citations And Professional Reviews Three Young Pilgrims by Cheryl Harness has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Beyond the Cover Author Interv - 11/01/2000 page 20
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Studio: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1995
Publisher Simon & Schuster
ISBN 0689802080 ISBN13 9780689802089 UPC 076714005952
Availability 86 units. Availability accurate as of Feb 22, 2017 02:45.
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More About Cheryl Harness
Cheryl Harness is the author and/or illustrator of some 35 children's books, including seven picture book biographies for National Geographic. She has a natural talent for making history fun for kids, injecting the "wow" factor into the lives of America's historical heroes and heroines. She has won multiple awards and now lives in her historic hometown of Independence, MO. Visit Cheryl Harness at her Web site: www.cherylharness.com.
Cheryl Harness currently resides in Independence, in the state of Missouri.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Three Young Pilgrims?
An Unusual Gem Oct 10, 2001
Cheryl Harness has produced the most unusual gem of the Mayflower story that I have yet run across. The story, by adult standards is choppy in its progression, but is quite charming in its childlike perspective of the harshness that the pilgrims must have faced both on the Mayflower and in the founding of Plymouth including the time of the Thanksgiving feast. The story is sandwiched between pages that give interesting details of the ship, the voyage, and the people and events of the time that would be certain to satisfy the curious reader or listener. The artwork was beautifully illustrated in watercolor, gouache, and colored pencil and has been wonderfully reproduced in colored ink. This is both a wonderful holiday and historical book that should please all ages.
Three Young Pilgrims is the best Thanksgiving book for young Nov 13, 1999
I discovered Three Young Pilgrims by accident and had to have it. Beautifully told believable story that brings history alive for all ages and illustrations are detailed and excellent. I recommend it for ages 7 to 107!
Wonderful book, especially for those with Mayflower kin! Jun 18, 1999
This is a wonderful and informative book for children and adults that tells the story of the Allerton family as they travel to America. Readers will enjoy both the illustrations -- detailed cut-aways of the ships they sailed in -- and the text which does not mince words about the difficulties of the journey. For anyone who has relatives on the Mayflower, this is a lovely story of how our ancestors first came to this country. It reminds us of how brave they were.