Who Was Sacagawea? Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 90 user ratings

" This book was about a woman who helped two men, Lewis and Clark, on an expedition. Without her, the men might not have made the journey alive. I loved this book as kid because I thought of the adventures she had. I would use this book to demonstrate adventure and history on her life. " said.

" This is a very informative and fun book that 3rd -5th graders would enjoy reading. It tells the story of a young girl who helped Lewis and Clark in their expedision and discoveriea, all while carring her baby on her back. The book offers great facts along with fun illustarions. " said.

" A well written historical fiction about the life of the famous Indian tracker who helped Lewis and Clark on their famous exploration. Fully illustrated to help depict the life and adventures this heroine experienced. " said.

" Excellent reading material for first year Spanish learner. I also learned -- for the first time -- the brave India young woman Sacagawea who guided Lewis and Clark's expedition through much danger and risk. " said.

" I love this series in general, but this particular one is more of a story about Lewis & Clark than Sacagawea. I know there are gaps in her record, but I was hoping for some new perspective. Still, an interesting book for this age group. " said.

" I read this while I was in the Library. Just to tell you the Library is a good place to read because it is quiet. I really liked this book because I like learning about Sacagawea. I also really like the "Who Was.." books. " said.

" My daughter and I shared this as a read aloud during spring of 1st grade, and we were both enthralled. The writing was clear but riveting, with an appropriate number of pictures. We still reference things we both learned in this book.We have since picked up several other biographies from this publisher and are hoping they are just as good. " said.

" Personally I'd give this three stars - I found it a little dull - but my kids (3 and 7) loved it. I appreciated the fact that it did not glorify colonialism (much). Sacagawea remains pretty mysterious, since we only have second hand accounts, but I was actually glad not to read a fictional or romantic interpretation of who she might have been. " said.

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