Take the Lead, George Washington!

Take the Lead, George Washington!

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Penguin Putnam
George Washington wanted to be a Virginia gentleman, like his brother Lawrence . . . until he got the chance to go on a wilderness trip as a surveyor's assistant. It was a rough-and even dangerous-journey. At times George got discouraged, but his grit and determination kept him going. His early trek into the American frontier was a turning point for George, and he proved he was ready for any challenge . . . from being a general in the Revolutionary War to becoming the first president of the United States!
Second in Judith St. George's new Turning Point series about major moments in the young lives of American presidents, this volume features vibrant illustrations by Daniel Powers.

Random House, Inc.
George Washington wanted to be a Virginia gentleman, like his brother Lawrence . . . until he got the chance to go on a wilderness trip as a surveyor's assistant. It was a rough-and even dangerous-journey. At times George got discouraged, but his grit and determination kept him going. His early trek into the American frontier was a turning point for George, and he proved he was ready for any challenge . . . from being a general in the Revolutionary War to becoming the first president of the United States!
Second in Judith St. George's new Turning Point series about major moments in the young lives of American presidents, this volume features vibrant illustrations by Daniel Powers.

Baker & Taylor
After working a difficult job as a surveyor's assistant as a young boy, George Washington learned that he enjoyed the challenges of the outdoors and quickly became fascinated with the American frontier--resulting in him pursuing a different career than his brother in later life that led him to become a courageous general in the Revolutionary War and the first President of the United States.

Baker
& Taylor

After working a difficult job as a surveyor's assistant as a young boy, George Washington learned that he enjoyed the challenges of the outdoors and quickly became fascinated with the American frontier.

Publisher: New York : Philomel Books, c2005
ISBN: 9780399238871
0399238875
Branch Call Number: B WASHINGTON
Characteristics: [48] p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Powers, Daniel - Illustrator

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