8 edition of The Fourth of July story found in the catalog.
The thirteen colonies unite in the desire for independence, select Thomas Jefferson to write the Declaration of Independence, and carry the news of independence across the colonial settlements.
Cover title: The 4th of July story.
|Other titles||4th of July story.|
|Statement||by Alice Dalgliesh ; illustrated by Marie Nonnast.|
|Contributions||Nonnast, Marie, ill.|
|LC Classifications||E221 .D14 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||86020662|
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"The Fourth of July Story" was originally published two years before I was born. The illustrations look like the illustrations in many of the picture books, novels and textbooks I grew up with. They bring a simple view of the revolutionary time alive. The artist is not trying hard for /5(39).
The book starts with the Liberty Bell ringing on the very first Fourth of July. It starts by addressing the reasons colonists wanted to be free from the British, and how the tension between England and the colonists mounted.4/5.
“Fourth of July Creek is an extremely dark book, but Henderson’s lyrical sentences lend an elegance-an importance-to the lives of his fictional children. By tenderly portraying horrible family secrets, Henderson is able to illuminate the richness and possibility in even the most painful lives.” (Kirkus Reviews)/5().
Internet Archive BookReader The Fourth of July story. Like all of Alice Dalgliesh's work, The Fourth of July Story remains an American classic.
About the Author: Born October 7,in Trinidad, Alice Dalgliesh was a woman of letters all her life. The daughter of a Scotsman and an Englishwoman, she grew up with Sir Walter Scott's novels and her father's stories of how "Wattie" Scott would visit.