The Remarkable Benjamin Franklin

The Remarkable Benjamin Franklin

Book - 2005
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Random House, Inc.
No one could have thought up a more amazing character than the living, breathing Benjamin Franklin. He was everything from a "soapmaker, candle dipper, and printer" to a "postmaster, political activist, community reformer, revolutionary, statesman, international diplomat, and first great citizen of a nation which he, as much or more than anyone, helped to create."

Acclaimed children's author-illustrator Cheryl Harness through her true-to-life paintings and storytelling-style narrative, along with a generous sampling of Franklin's own words, lets you "walk in his shoes" as you discover just how truly remarkable Benjamin Franklin was.

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Baker & Taylor
Carrying many titles throughout his life, including international diplomat, postmaster, statesman, inventor, and revolutionary, this great American figure played an integral part in the founding of the nation through his great writings and persuasive communication skills.

Baker
& Taylor

Presents a life of the American statesman who was a diplomat, postmaster, inventor, and revolutionary and played an integral part in the founding of the nation through his great writings and communication skills.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, 2005
ISBN: 9780792278825
0792278828
9780792278849
0792278844
Characteristics: 47 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm

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