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The Voyage of the Mayflower


 
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Ages: 9+
Grade Levels: Reading level: 3rd-4th; Interest: 3rd-9th

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Product Code: 273-339

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The Voyage of the Mayflower

In the early of 1600s, England had one official church. If you did not belong to the Church of England, you were breaking the law. Some groups were willing to worship secretly and risk arrest to practice their own beliefs. One of these groups was the Separatists. They wanted to follow God's word simply, without the extra rules set by the Church of England. In dramatic, graphic novel format, this book tells how the Separatists came to the decision to risk their lives and leave Holland to sail to Virginia. Readers will learn about what the voyage must have been like, where the Separatists really ended up and much more.

Includes additional facts, glossary, appropriate Internet sites, recommended books and bibliography. Trade paperback, 32 p.
Features
Author: Allison Lassieur
Illustrator: Peter Mcdonnell
Publisher: Capstone Press
Page Count: 32
Binding: Paperback
Consumable: No
Printed in: USA
Copyright: 2006
ISBN:9780736862110

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Good, easy history supplement October 26, 2010
Reviewer: Carrie Anne from Maine  
Our family enjoyed this book.  It was a nice, easy way to review what we had already covered about the history of the Pilgrims.  I can see this being a very useful item if you have a child (a boy in particular) who does not enjoy history.  It makes the subject painless! I only give it 4 stars instead of 5 simple because I dislike the cartoon-like artwork.  However, that is a personal thing and may be just the ticket for a child who struggles with more traditional books.

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