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Book Title: Can't You Make Them Behave, King George?|
Date of issue: September 9th 1996
ISBN 13: 9780698114029
The author of the book: Jean Fritz
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 9.23 MB
Edition: Puffin Books
Read full description of the books Can't You Make Them Behave, King George?:Soo finished this cute little book on the way home because hey I love all things English kings and royalty AND because this is the King from the cutest song on my beloved Hamilton soundtrack-- I read this little cutey book in about half an hour so I can recommend it to history classes reviewing the Boston Tea Party .. the most adorable history of George and his petulant moods and how he became King with America as a thorn in his side...ah how I wish I had Hamilton to relay history to middle school Nique as History was always a close second for me as a major in Undergrad but to learn of how we got where we are has always intrigued me..know your history or be doomed to repeat it right..yea so George basically lost his mind trying to get the fiercely independent American citizens to pay taxes to help replenish the funds lost on the French-Indian War..then to have the French back the Americans it was comical and insightful to learn what others thought of the rebellious Americans and how the glorious Hamilton played a role in everything..Very cute book I would say its so easy to comprehend and there are no really troublesome words to pronounce or define (Love Jean Fritz for making relatable and easy to teach history books kids really read--we have about fifteen titles in the library) so around ages 8 and up but very informative and easy to understand, questions on what would you do from King's point of view and was his persistence for war to his detriment or a display of his positive rule and wish for good for his people? Hmm glad I spent time with this lil one today now to a 4th grade history class :)
Read information about the authorJean Fritz is a children’s author who has a fascination with writing historical fictions. She was born on November 16, 1915, in Hankow, China to missionary parents. After living in China for 13 years, Fritz and her family moved back to the United States. Beginning her career with an English degree, Fritz became an award-winning and respected author. She has received an honor for every book that she has written. She now lives in Dobbs Ferry, New York.
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