George Washington: Young Leader
Troll Easy Biographies take you on a fascinating journey through the young lives of famous men and women. Young readers will discover how childhood experiences led these great achievers to accomplish amazing feats that changed history.Growing up in the Virginia colony, young George Washington always was interested in learning new things. He wanted to become a proper English gentleman. But key events in his youth set him on the road to becoming an American.
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