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Uncle Sam Teaches Humpty Dumpty Early American History

Uncle Sam and Humpty Dumpty Uncle Sam Teaches Humpty Dumpty Early American History

 

Teach kids early American history with this fun filled book featuring the US symbol of patriotism Uncle Sam.

Kids learn early American history as taught by Uncle Sam to Humpty Dumpty. It's a fun romp through time that teaches children the basics of early United States history from the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the writing of the Constitution, the Revolutionary War, the move out west, and the Battle of the Alamo to the Civil War.

Uncle Sam teaches Humpty some very interesting facts, as well, such as Benjamin Franklin's view of the Bald Eagle as an American symbol, important historical dates, the Statue of Liberty, and kids will learn all of the words to the "Star Spangled Banner".

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Humpty learns about important people too, especially important facts surrounding our Presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and the amazing story of how Washington was seemingly immune to bullets during the French and Indian Wars. Children will find out about Abraham Lincoln's attitudes toward slavery and the Emancipation Proclamation.

Learn about Davy Crockett, the facts about what derailed his political career before he went off to fight at the Battle of the Alamo, and the life of a cowboy in the early west.

Inside, the book is filled with colorful classic artwork from the early days of American history, plus a few cartoon fun filled laughs with Humpty Dumpty and his friend Lucky the Cat. Parents will enjoy reading this book to their children, and may even learn a few new things themselves about history, or perhaps, remember a few things they were taught in school.

Also, within the book are found the basic principles of American ideology from our Founding Fathers, such as the idea that all men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, and have the right to pursue life, liberty, and happiness, as written in the preamble of the Declaration of Independence.

This book aims to create an appetite for historical knowledge in children, in a time when even college students seem to know so little about American history. Consider this book a teaching aide in helping the next generation know where they came from in order that they might better know where they are headed.
 

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