Ben and Me: A New and Astonishing Life of Benjamin Franklin as Written by His Good Mouse, Amos

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Robert Lawson
Little, Brown, 1939 - Adventure and adventurers - 113 pages
85 Reviews
Amos was the mouse who lived in Franklin's fur cap. Everywhere Franklin went Amos went too! His diary tells a humorous life of Benjamin Franklin with all the well-known spisodes seen from the viewpoint of Amos.

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Love Robert Lawson's writing style. - Goodreads
Very interesting concept and easy to read. - Goodreads
Fun introduction to United States history for children. - Goodreads
I thought the illustrations were unique. - Goodreads

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I have fond memories of reading this book in school. Now my students are reading it with me. Read full review

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"I liked when the mice attacked people. The story was very funny. Amos was a white mouse. I didn't think there would be a mouse in that book. I give it 4 stars because "I really liked it"." - Third Grade Boy Review Read full review

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Contents

I Amos
3
We Invent the Franhjin Stove
10
The Bargain
17
Copyright

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