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I am Sacagawea (Ordinary People Change the World) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0525428534
LANGUAGE:English

" I am a bookseller who received this book as a galley.I love this series of books so much. They are great for younger readers who aren't quite reading for the "Who Was" books. Like the previous titles in the series, I found this book about Sacajawea to be informative, beautifully presented and in no way condescending. I can't wait to get it into the shop later in the year, I think Brad Meltzer has another winner on his hands. " said.

" I love the Ordinary People Change World biographical picture book series from Brad Meltzer. Positive and inspiring for preschoolers. Christopher Eliopoulos’ cute illustrations just add another layer of appeal!As the series progresses, the books boast more text. With Sacagawea's story, having to talk about the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis & Clark expedition, it allows readers to have a bigger scope of her contribution. " said.

"Sacagawea narrates her life from childhood through her quest with Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery. She was 16, carrying her infant son, and the only woman in the group. I like that the book puts her accomplishments in perspective, explaining that being a girl, young and Native American were three strikes against her. Yet, she did not allow herself to be limited. The book aspires to inspire, and it succeeds. The digital illustrations are full of life, color and appealing comic book like elements, such as speech bubbles and panels. I appreciate that the author consulted the National Museum of the American Indian for input. Back matter includes photographs, a timeline and sources" said.

" I am a bookseller who received this book as a galley.I love this series of books so much. They are great for younger readers who aren't quite reading for the "Who Was" books. Like the previous titles in the series, I found this book about Sacajawea to be informative, beautifully presented and in no way condescending. I can't wait to get it into the shop later in the year, I think Brad Meltzer has another winner on his hands. " said.

" I am a bookseller who received this book as a galley.I love this series of books so much. They are great for younger readers who aren't quite reading for the "Who Was" books. Like the previous titles in the series, I found this book about Sacajawea to be informative, beautifully presented and in no way condescending. I can't wait to get it into the shop later in the year, I think Brad Meltzer has another winner on his hands. " said.

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