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Subject: 5 Free children's historical fiction books with order of any book
Date Posted: 1/16/2011 12:36 PM ET
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You can have all the 5 following books for free with any order of one book from my bookshelf 

 All 5 books are in excellent condition

The Journal of a New American   ISPN:  0021477914

How the People Found a Home: A Choctaw Story   ISPN 0021477930

The Great Tecumseh  ISPN 0021477833

History on the Run  ISPN 0021477922

Pueblo Potters ISPN 0021477965

Each book is 16 pages with pictures and text on each page. Inside the back cover of each book are recommended activities for home and school based on the information in the book

History on the Run is about a girl traveling by train from St. Louis, Mo to Los Angeles CA.  Her uncle is the conductor and teaches her about everything they see on the way. .She writes in her diary of: The Santa Fe trail, Dodge City Kansas. pueblos in New Mexico, 2 mile crater in Winslow AZ, How the Army inported camels from the Midddle East to the American desert, and an archeologic site in the desert in Barstow CA


Journal of a New American is  set in 1901. It is fiction but is based on stories of people who based through Ellis Island. In the story a young girl age 15 is traveling by herself to teach a sponsor in America. All immigrants are marked with chalk on arrival. The girl is mistakenly marked with an  X which would mean that she is not smart enough to stay in America. Her mark is changed and her sponsor arrives on her 5th day at Ellis Island


The Great Tecumseh has a color cover but black and white pictures on each page along with the text. This is the life of a Shawnee born in warring times at the time of the American Revolution. He was raised as a warrior but hated cruelty. He became friends with a settler and learned English. He attempted to unite tribes: the Sauk, Winnebago Muscogee and the Seminole

How the People Found a Home: A Choctaw Story: Grandparents tell the story of the Choctaw tribe. This includes a vision that taught them how to grow corn They traveled a great distance to find a new home. A big fire separated the tribe. It  was many years before they were reunited. By that time they had different languages, but always lived near each other. They were the Chickasaw and the Choctaw Native Americans


Pueblo Potters Pueblos are descendants of the Anasazi.  They believe that the earth is full of spirits. They pray before they dig up clay and  ask for spiritual help in making beautiful pottery Modern and ancient pottrery methods are reviewed