Lewis and Clark




      Lewis and Clark
This book tells the exciting story of Lewis and Clark s famous expedition West, drawing on the explorers journals and other primary sources. Best Download [ Lewis and Clark ] Author [ George Sullivan ] – heartforum.co.uk

George Sullivan is a best selling nonfiction author withthan 100 books to his credit He lives in New York City.

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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Lewis and Clark
  • George Sullivan
  • English
  • 02 June 2018
  • 0613259920

10 thoughts on “ Lewis and Clark

  1. Eva B. says:

    I read this as a kid, so this is definitely nostalgia speaking, but Lewis and Clark s expedition has been one of the three things I ve been most interested in regarding US history the other two being the American Revolution and the Roaring Twenti...

  2. Caitlin says:

    This informational text provides important details about what Lewis and Clark encountered on their journey west It shares how they met Sacagawea and how they came to achieve each of the big milestones that ar...

  3. Emily S. says:

    Read this aloud to my class It was interesting, but they weren t really engaged until we started practicing for our Lewis Clark play Then it was suddenly their favorite thing Read this aloud to my class It was interesting, but they weren t really engaged until we started practicing for our Lewis Cl...

  4. Joe says:

    Lewis and Clark by George SullivanBook Summary Lewis and Clark is a book about two men who explored the western United States between 1804 and 1806 in search for new land Thomas Jefferson, who was President at the time, recruited them to discover the land of the Louisiana Purchase The book uses Clarks journal from the expedition It talks about the people they met and the difficult times they had along the journey They met probably the most famous American Indian named Sacagawea She was a Sh Lewis and Clark by George SullivanBook Summary Lewis and Clark is a book about two men who explored the western United States between 1804 and 1806 in search for new land Thomas Jefferson, who was President at the time, recruited them to discover the land of the Lo...

  5. Kody Wood says:

    I liked this book because it was really interesting and it made you feel like you were there with Lewis and Clark on there journey to the pacific It really described there journey and how they encounterd indians on the way and how they had to carry there boats on land for miles before they could putt them back in the water because the river would be so dry in some areas This book starts out with president Jefferson asks Lewis to lead the expiditon and Lewis decides to bring Clark aong with him I liked this book because it was really interesting and it made you feel like you were there with Lewis and Clark on there journey to the pacific It really described there journey and how they encounterd indians on the way and how they had to carry there boats on land for miles before they could putt them back in the water because the river would be so dry in some areas This book starts out with president Jefferson asks Lewis to lead the expiditon and Lewis decides to bring Clark aong with him as the other captin They are sent to explore the louisiana purchase They run ito indians on the way and give them gifts they also discover new animals and draw pictures of them in there journals It also talks about the long winters that they go through and how they had to build cabins to stay in I would recomend this book to other people because the book is really interesting and it h...

  6. Dayna Smith says:

    This is a series of nonfiction biographies of famous people The books are written in a way that is easy to understand and are full of pictures, illustrations, and graphics that are sure to intrigue young readers The series includes Helen Keller, Abraham Lincoln, Lewis Clark, Paul Revere, Pocahontas, The Wright Brothers, and Thomas Edison These are great books to introduce readers to nonfiction This is a series of nonfiction biographies of famous people The books are written in a way th...

  7. Ms. Mielke& says:

    It was okay to me It s surprising how early Lewis and Clark die It will tell you at the end of the book Their story was pretty exciting to me.RHThe book was pretty good They went on a 2 year journey from ST Louis, Missouri, to the Pacific ocean and back again and that was really interesting KD

  8. Crystal says:

    It s hard to read Lewis and Clark without noticing their spelling, but this time I am poignantly reminded how much happier my seventh grade native speakers would have been before formalized spelling Now I ve finished and I have lent it to my husband who is readin...

  9. Jessica Bernard says:

    I am not sure if this is the same book I read it when my grandmother lived with my parents before she died There is a quote in it that I love about how Lewis and Clarks thoughts combined like salt in water.That might have been an excerpt from one of their journals too.

  10. Norla Chee says:

    Sacagawea certainly isn t a primary character on this trip as we were led to believe in school They also didn t tell us in school that Lewis had mental issues, was an alcoholic, and committed suicide I want to read other books to see if they support Sullivan s facts.

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