The Truth About Early American History

It's easy to take for granted that the "common knowledge" facts of American history are true. But, what if George Washington didn't have wooden teeth? What if Betsy Ross didn't create the first American flag? These myths may have persisted because they're good stories and likely because they have a kernel of truth in them. This set, perfect for the curious and skeptical reader, examines common myths of early American history and dispels them. Historical images accompany achievable text and age-appropriate details.

• High-interest spin on social studies topics
• Supports critical thinking
• Encourages consideration of sources

Product type: Library Set
ISBN: 978-1-9785-3207-6
Copyright: 2023
Reading Level: Grades 2-3
Interest Level: Grades 2-5
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 7 1/8"
Black-and-White Photographs, Fact Boxes, Full-Color Photographs, Further Information Section, Glossary, Graphic Organizers, Index