McGuffey: The Greatest Forgotten Man
Journey back to the frontier days as you read the always-surprising, always-adventurous story of William H. McGuffey. Find out how he created five childrens readersbooks that would unify America and become acclaimed as the most influential books of their time. And discover why a boy from simple beginnings became known as the greatest forgotten man.
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