Sarah Morton's Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl
Readers follow Sarah Morton through work and play in an early American settlement. Photographed in full color at the Plimoth Plantation, and based on real people of the time, here is an informative, visually exciting, and historically accurate portrayal of 17th-century New England life. Notable Children's Book in the Field of Social Studies.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Amelia Poole Anchorage asks Bake bath bedding brass bread brush Century character chickens chores Church clean cloth cold comes home confession converse Cool cornmeal courts dance dialect dinner dream earth editing Elizabeth Warren England Enter ye exhibits father favorite feed fetch fire floor floured fond Girl glad goats hard heat hill Holland Indian interpreters Jehovah KATE WATERS keep kitchen garden knicker learning lessons married Massachusetts mercy milking Mother calls muck night ocean outdoor overgarments Perchance period photographer Pilgrim planted pleased Plimoth Plantation polish Portsmith pottage pride Psalm quiet rich RUSS KENDALL sail Sarah Morton Scholastic Hardcover settlers seventeenth-century ship speak spring Stir Story summer taken talk tell thee thump tiny tion Today tomorrow truly turn unto village vinegar visitors wait walls warm WATERS lives winning winter wish World ye his gates York