Published October 1999
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
Portions are written from the perspectives of the various groups, including the Pilgrims as a whole, and the menfolk, womenfolk and children and youngfolk, who all explain what daily life is like for them. 46 pages, softcover with glossary. The Pilgrims Of Plimoth, Paperback () by Marcia SewallBrand: Aladdin. Provides information about Plimoth Plantation, the living history museum of the seventeenth century in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Also serves as a resource by which visitors may learn more about the Pilgrim Story, the history of Plymouth Colony (), the Wampanoag Indians, Thanksgiving, and find links to related sites on the Web. The Pilgrims of Plimoth is a book the talks about how the pilgrims settle into America. This book contains great information. However, I did not enjoy reading this book because the texts were too long, and the illustrations are not great. I recommend this book for high school level because this book can be hard to understand for little children/5. I like this book because it gives enough detail about the Pilgrims but also has great pictures. I used it in my classroom (self-contained Special Education), but the book would be appropriate for preK-1st or maybe 2nd grade/5(30).
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This charming picture book takes young readers back in time to see. For one thing, pilgrim children didn't go to school. Instead, they helped their parents with chores and played games such as marbles. There were no convenient grocery stores. Pilgrims had to hunt and gather food, then cook their meals on an open fire or in an outdoor oven. The Pilgrims of Plimoth by Marcia Sewall. This is a wonderful history text that will be most enjoyed by children ages 6 to The book is written in the first person, with the first perspective being that of “the Pilgrims.” The Pilgrims explain in good detail who they are and why they have chosen to leave England and settle in America. History comes alive in Plymouth, America's Hometown. Experience Plimoth Plantation, recently voted #4 for BEST PATRIOTIC ATTRACTION in America! 17th century life is reenacted by Pilgrims and natives alike--entertaining and informative fun for everyone! Visit the bustling waterfront and the Plymouth Grist Mill on its original site since The arrival of the Pilgrims in the New World is chronicled in this dramatic reenactment of their daily activities during those first trying years in the colony they .