Josephine Pollard's writings in the late nineteenth century have captured for successive generations America's heritage of Christian character. An 1893 reprint, this book successfully portrays the true greatness of America's first leader.
The "one-syllable" words (longer words use hyphens to separate the syllables), exciting style, picturesque vocabulary and illustrations by Linda Anderson bring Washington's "exalted character and priceless services" within the comprehension and appreciation of even young readers.
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