Benjamin Franklin: Young Printer (Childhood of Famous Americans)

Benjamin Franklin: Young Printer (Childhood of Famous Americans)We read this book in out Knights and Ladies of Liberty class I thoroughly enjoyed the whole book A very easy read, but gives you a lot of ideas for games and activities to incorporate into a class of 11 kids. Benjamin Franklin became a good printer He was born in New England as known as Boston today somewhere around 1714 He lived with his dad, mom, Ben s brother James, and other Franklins When years passed, a big wave of people in Philadelphia were at a dock to celebrate Ben returning home from Europe Then, Ben became a famous person all across America, and all across Europe. One Of The Most Popular Series Ever Published For Young American S, These Classics Have Been Praised Alike By Parents, Teachers, And Librarians With These Lively, Inspiring, Fictionalized Biographies Easily Read By Children Of Eight And Up Today S Youngster Is Swept Into History This easy read story helps us to understand Benjamin Franklin s hunger for knowledge He wanted to know how and why things happen He wanted to be proficient in as many lines of work as he could and did not want to be tied down to one occupation As an apprentice printer, he found that he could help others learn through his writing He used his experiences of his youth to become a author, scientist, inventor, statesman, and patriot. as you all know, this is all about Ben Franklin and his family.When ben was young,he was still very smart.In matter of fact,when he was in his40 s, poeple said he was almost as great as great as George washington.If you want to find alot of info on Ben, look at this book Nevada s sayings BEN Franklin is amazing book.sad that his parents were so protective and did not let him see the world.favorite Quotea man has to be honestif he wants the respect of others Extremly entertaining my little sister who does not read ofter was loving this book so i sat down for an hour and read it verry short and interesting to learn of the childhood Benjamin Franklin I would recomend for any child to read. Ms Stevenson does a great job letting us know what the youth and great people of America did and experience in their growing up years.I read this book as a 7th or 8th Grader in Sebeka, Minnesota I had a lot of time to read and read over 100 books each year. Read aloud with my son This series, although dated, kept my son s interest and he enjoyed reading about what life was like long ago He now wants to follow up with other children s books about Benjamin Franklin to learn about his accomplishments as an adult. This book, part of the series Childhood of Famous Americans, is a simple story about Benjamin Franklin when he was a young boy His family, led by his candle maker father, is a large one without a lot of money, but is portrayed as loving and warm We learn that Benjamin was very bright when he was young, and his family didn t have a lot of money and couldn t afford to send him to school until his father got a contract to sell candles to the city He is sent to a couple different schools, has all sorts of simple adventures and is even almost kidnapped by a sailor The humor and scary parts are all very tame and suitable for a very young reader or listener.My one complaint is that, in simplifying this story for a young audience, the author made the writing very monotonous all of the sentences seem to be of the same length, and paragraphs are one or two sentences long This is probably appropriate for a young reader getting used to chapter books, but it makes for a rather sleep inducing read aloud story.But the information about Benjamin Franklin when he was young is interesting, and the author manages to convey humor and an appreciation for Franklin s wits.

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Benjamin Franklin: Young Printer (Childhood of Famous Americans)
  • Augusta Stevenson
  • English
  • 03 July 2017
  • 9780020419204

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