Sew What Betsy Ross Author:Peter Roop, Connie Roop Betsy Ross knew from a young age that she wanted to be a seamstress. Later, she ran her own upholstery shop at a time when very few women owned businesses. And when she was 25, Betsy was paid for making American flags. But what was Betsy like as a girl? Did she know that someday she would play such an important role in American history? In this ... more »book, you will find out all about Betsy Ross before she made history.« less
This book is from the series "Before I Made History" which looks at various important people in history and follows them from birth through adulthood. It is a wonderful way of teaching history to younger children that makes it fun. These are beginning chapter books for grades 2-3, depending upon the child. They're great for boys or girls. Even parents learn some interesting facts. My daughter and I have read all of these books! Betsy Ross is very interesting! You'll learn unique little historical facts!!