7 edition of Betsy Ross found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-125) and index.
|Statement||Connie Roop and Peter Roop.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature, Biography|
|Series||In their own words, In their own words (Scholastic)|
|Contributions||Ross, Betsy, 1752-1836., Roop, Peter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||00066139|
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Wallner starts by describing Ross”s life as a Quaker child who loves to sew. This is a kid-friendly book for introducing the life and contributions of Betsy Ross. It is written as an easy-to-understand story, and the illustrations and 4/5(8).
Inshe married John Ross and they then started their own sewing shop together. This book focuses on the facts of Betsy's life although does introduce the legend that she may have made the /5. Betsy Ross, Cincinnati, OH. likes. Betsy published her first book, Playing Ball with the Boys: The Rise of Women in Men's Sports, available at lowers: After Betsy completed her schooling, her father apprenticed her to a local upholsterer, where, at she met John Ross, an Anglican.
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Betsy Ross, seamstress who, according to family stories, fashioned and helped design the first flag of the United States.
Although the story is widely popular, there is no firm support for it. However, it is known that Ross made flags for the navy. Learn more about her life and work. Betsy Ross. By Megan Lloyd, Becky White. Grades. PreK-K,I. Genre. Non-Fiction Tells the story of the colonial seamstress who, according to legend, stitched the first American flag, after a design by George Washington.
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"Betsy Ross" is a simple patriotic book written by Becky White with beautifully illustrated pictures from Megan Lloyd. This book was published in through the Scholastic book market.
Betsy Ross book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This unique biography of Betsy Ross tells the exciting story of her life /5. Born the eighth of seventeen children in Philadelphia, Betsy Ross lived in a time when the American colonies were yearning for independence from British rule.
Ross worked as a seamstress and was eager to contribute to the cause, making tents and repairing uniforms when the colonies declared war. Betsy Ross gives women a place in the national pantheon without disrupting our dominant myths. Buried beneath the legend was a real woman, Elizabeth Griscom Ross.
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—Douglas Brinkley, author of The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Making of America "Marla Miller's incandescent biography of Betsy Ross is a joy to read.
She brings alive an ordinary Philadelphia woman who is far more interesting than Brand: St. Martin's Press. Betsy Ross and the Making of America. by Marla R. Miller; Henry Holt. How can this be the first scholarly biography of Betsy Ross. Surely she is one of the most famous women of the American Revolution.
Most of us still learn the legend that George Washington visited her Philadelphia shop and asked her to create a flag for the budding nation. Rip, rip, stitch. Piece by piece, Betsy Ross creates the first American flag. This Level E book is perfect for early readers.
Simple, rhythmic text describes the creation of the flagthirteen stripes and thirteen five-pointed stars. Easy enough for the earliest readers, Brand: Holiday House. Get this from a library. Betsy Ross. [Becky White; Megan Lloyd] -- Tells the story of the colonial seamstress who, according to legend, stitched the first American flag.
This was adapted by me from a children's book. This was adapted by me from a children's book. Skip navigation Betsy Ross, George Washington, and More. S5 E24. K-Gr 3-Very much in the style, size, and format of David Adler's ``Picture Book Biographies'' (Holiday), which she and her husband illustrated, Wallner now goes solo to tell Betsy Ross's story.
She weaves facts that are known about the woman's life into the straightforward narrative. Naive folk-art paintings suit the subject well/5(4). Betsy Ross: Early Life. Betsy Ross was born on Jan. 1,by the name of Elizabeth Griscom. Her father was a firm believer in the Quaker religion, which was a branch of Christianity that.Discover the interesting life of Betsy Ross with the next edition in the Who Was?
series of biographies for children. Written with children ages 7 to 12 in mind, this biography offers an interesting look into the life of Betsy Ross, from her childhood as a Quaker, her lifelong job as a seamstress, and as the woman behind the legend of the American Flag!Brand: Grosset & Dunlap.
Born the eighth of seventeen children in Philadelphia, Betsy Ross lived in a time when the American colonies were yearning for independence from British rule. Ross worked as a seamstress and was eager to contribute to the cause, making tents /5(2).