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You Wouldn't Want to Be an American Colonist! : A Settlement You'd Rather Not Start B8396

You Wouldn't Want to Be an American Colonist! : A Settlement You'd Rather Not Start

by Jacqueline Morley | Paperback | SKU B8396
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Get ready... to leave behind your home in England and risk your life in the name of exploration. You will have to face starvation and disease if you are going to set up a colony. It's not an easy life! Top Tips from Experts: If you get really hungry, boil up your boots and eat them. Don't steal food from the Native Americans or you might end up dead. Build well-protected livestock pens even your own people might try to steal from you. Grow tobacco in your settlement. You might make a fortune selling it! Book jacket.

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  • AR Level4.5
  • AR Quiz Number82475
  • AR Quiz Points0.5
  • AuthorJacqueline Morley
  • Guided Reading LevelR
  • Page Count40
  • ISBN100531245020
  • ISBN139780531245026
  • PublisherScholastic Library Publishing
  • Year Published2013
  • Grade Level2 - 5
  • Type of BookNon-Fiction
  • SubjectHistory & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)
  • IllustratorDavid Antram
  • ImprintFranklin Watts

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