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Pass the Quill, I'll Write a Draft: A Story of Thomas Jefferson

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Hardcover, 36 pages
Published December 1st 1989 by Pippin Press
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Jessica Rawden
Pass the Quill is awesome in some ways, and needs to work out some kinks in others. This biography of Jefferson reminded me of the "Getting to Know the World's Greatest (Artists/Composers, etc.)" series. Each page of text is accompanied by a drawing, most often complete with cartoon bubbles and asides. I immensely love the cartoons in the GTKTWG series because they are most often from the perspective of the artist or someone involved in the artists life and they are often funny. The cartoons in ...more
Heather
We read this at the same time we studied the Louisiana Purchase which was great...except that it also backtracks and talks about the Declaration of Independence and such. Next time through I may cut the book in half and read about his pre-Revolution life when we're studying the Revolution and then finish the book once he's been elected President.

My boys really liked the book and have been telling their dad tidbits about Jefferson for days. I think this gives a good, basic look into his life, tou
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Author/Artist/Educator Robert Quackenbush has written and illustrated over 200 books for young readers including his popular Miss Mallard Mysteries, which have been made into animated films for children's worldwide television programming by Cinar (now Cookie Jar Entertainment) that are showing in 70 countries. His books have won many awards and citations including an Edgar Allen Poe Special Award
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