Paul Bunyan Marianne Johnston

ISBN: 9780823955800

Published: January 1st 2003

Hardcover

24 pages


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Paul Bunyan  by  Marianne Johnston

Paul Bunyan by Marianne Johnston
January 1st 2003 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 24 pages | ISBN: 9780823955800 | 6.37 Mb

Who was the real Johnny Appleseed? Did Jim Bowie actually wrestle alligators? Featuring six American folk heroes, this series tells the stories of these legendary people within the cultural history of each figures time. Children will not only learnMoreWho was the real Johnny Appleseed? Did Jim Bowie actually wrestle alligators? Featuring six American folk heroes, this series tells the stories of these legendary people within the cultural history of each figures time.

Children will not only learn about these classic legends, but also will discover how the stories came about and why not all the stories about these heroes are true. Readers will be able to explore the character of each historical figure, learn about how each legendary person has become part of Americas cultural heritage, and how the lives of these figures continue to be celebrated today.Of all the American legends represented in this series, Paul Bunyan is perhaps the most well known, and the least likely to have existed.

Born out of tales told in logging camps, this legendary giant was said to have roamed America with his giant blue ox named Babe, saving lives, averting disasters, and creating such natural wonders as the Grand Canyon.



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