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- Patria Press, Inc 2005; US$ 7.95
Young readers will share Abner Doubleday's enthusiasm and love of baseball and recognize him as a heroic general who fought bravely in two wars in this installation of the Young Patriots series. An early adapter of modern baseball rules, Abner adored the sport and helped bring it into mainstream American sporting life. As a boy, he loved nothing more... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2008; US$ 7.95
The adult accomplishments of this Founding Father, architect of the Constitution and first Secretary of the Treasury are legendary, and in this latest offering, children meet the young "Alec" growing up in the Caribbean as he dreams of visiting the land called America. Accompanied by his parrot, Hurry-Up, and his companion, Poleon, Alec's tranquil... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2000; US$ 7.95
These true-life tales of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, based on the remembrances of her sister Pidge, will inspire and thrill young readers. Kids will cheer as Amelia rescues two neighbor boys from an angry dog and when she builds her own rolly coaster? off the roof of her grandparents? shed. Amelia?s fascination at seeing her first airplane, as... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2003; US$ 7.95
America?s World War I flying ace, winner of the Medal of Honor, and racecar driver Eddie Rickenbacker?s first attempt at flight was riding his bicycle off the roof while holding an umbrella. Young Eddie, whose parents were Swiss immigrants, grew up in the Midwest in the early 20th century, worked hard to help support his family, but found time to... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2007; US$ 7.95
The inspiring story of Frederick Douglass?s rise from slavery to prominence as an early abolitionist and civil rights champion is featured in this volume of the Young Patriots series. Focusing on Douglass?s early years, this profile details his difficult upbringing as a slave on a Maryland plantation, his early separation from his mother, and his... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2004; US$ 7.95
This biography details the childhood adventures of George Rogers Clark, the older brother of William Clark of the famous Lewis and Clark expedition. George was a courageous explorer and Revolutionary War hero whose bravery and leadership helped win the Battle of Vincennes, saving what would become Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin from... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2006; US$ 7.95
As an adult, John Audubon was the best known wildlife artist of the 19th century, and his book, Birds of America, is the standard against which all subsequent bird art has been measured. In this story about the artist's childhood in the West Indies and France, John's love of drawing sends him into the fields and woods near his country house in pursuit... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2005; US$ 7.95
The life of John Hancock, contemporary of Samuel Adams and Paul Revere and first to sign the Declaration of Independence is featured in this volume of the Young Patriots series. Detailing Hancock's early years, this work focuses on his relationship with boyhood friend John Adams and his academic struggles with what he would later become most famous... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2002; US$ 7.95
Over two million Girl Scouts worldwide owe their membership to its founder, Juliette Lowa woman who, as a girl growing up in the postCivil War South, refused to accept that girls couldn?t do everything boys could. Whether angrily defending her friend against taunts of schoolmates or rescuing a kitten from the highest branches of a tree, Low possessed... more...
- Patria Press, Inc 2001; US$ 7.95
The world-famous novel of ancient times, Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ, was written by Lew Wallace, who grew up in the early 1800s roaming the fields and streams of Indiana. Young readers will meet the renowned author as a child whose daring exploits, coupled with a deep religious faith, foreshadowed the Civil War general, governor of the New Mexico... more...