Reviews - What do customers think about Sarah Morton's Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl?
Loved this book! Oct 26, 2007
My daughter studied colonial history in fourth grade, in Virginia, and I ordered a few books for her on the topic and as soon as the books arrived, she chose this one first and sat down and read the whole thing! She loved it.
Valerie Wisniewski Jan 21, 2007
Sarah Morton's Day: A Day in the life of a Pilgrim Girl and its partner books about Samuel Eaton a Pilgrim boy and Tapenum"s Day about a Wampanoag Indian boy are excellent. I used all three in teaching about Massachusetts history. The books are well researched. The setting is Plymouth Plantation where reenactors wear authentic clothing and use authentic reproductions of tools, furniture, etc. The books depict children's work, play, families, homes and clothing. The books should be in every school library.
IF YOU WANT A GREAT TEACHING TOOL Jan 11, 2007
....then you will enjoy purchasing this book. This book is a real-life look at a day in the life a of pilgrim girl. It shows great photographs of a little pilgrim girl's clothes and her day to day living conditions. This book will say in pictures what a hundred descriptions cannot convey to a kid. A great teaching book.
Great Educational Book! Jan 9, 2007
I ordered this book for my five year-old daughter, who became interested in learning more about the pilgrims. A teacher suggested I purchase this book. I am pleased with the information offered in this book, as well as the photographs.
Great!! Nov 24, 2002
I am a Kindergarten teacher and this is a great book to read to them. It has excellent pictures. The words can be difficult for Kindergarteners to understand, however, with a little preparation, they will grasp the concept of the book. This book shows the daily lives of a Pilgrim girl. Samuel Eaton's Day compliments this book.