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Pages: 68

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (14 Mar. 2013)

By: Mr. Michael Lewis Williams(Author)

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Great Kids in History is a collection of 22 amazing stories of incredible kids who have accomplished many great feats. Throughout history children have played a significant role in key events. As incredible as it may seem it was a 14-year-old boy that invented television and it was a child that discovered the legendary Lost Sea.Read about the child that invented a frozen treat that changed summer forever. Learn the amazing tale of the incredible Sybil Luddington, the teenage girl that rode more than 40 miles to rally soldiers to defend two towns during the American Revolution.Read the tale of amazing Jackie Mitchell who struck out the two greatest baseball players in history. Learn of the courageous kids that organized the greatest labor strike in U.S. history. Read the story of the young girl that named a planet, and learn of the boy with learning disabilities who invented more than 1,000 inventions.Marvel at the exploits of the Heroine of Lime Rock. Read about Joe Nuxhall, the youngest major leaguer who played professional baseball and stepped up on the pitcher’s mound at the age of 15.Read about the precocious Tad Lincoln whose plea for mercy for a doomed animal started a holiday tradition.These and other stories will inspire and entertain and amuse readers of all ages.Readers that enjoy this book will also enjoy "Famous Kids in History," the second installment in the Kids in History series. Famous Kids in History chronicles the lives of more children that made history and rose to face many challenges.Readers will be intrigued by the tale of Sacajawea, the courageous teenage girl that led the Lewis and Clark expedition into the vast unknown region of the Pacific Northwest. Read about the little girl that discovered the "Bulls in the Cave."Muse at the antics of the kid whose fascination with locks made him a legend.Read the saga of Anne Frank, the teenage girl that chronicled the events of the war that tore her country apart. Discover how her words have inspired people of all walks of life including world leaders.These and many other wonderful stories will entertain and educate readers of all ages.Famous Kids in History is available on Amazon.com.

4.0 out of 5 starsThe next big hero can be you!'I like this book of many true stories of children who made a big difference in the world! If you want to inspire a child. This is a great read."By Brad Perry on July 28, 20154.0 out of 5 stars Interesting"Very interesting book. Most of this information I have never read before. Good stories for the young and old. Would recommend to others."By Cynthia Bauron June 17, 20155.0 out of 5 stars"An inspirational read for the young and motivated, get your kids off of the stupid machines and encourage independent thought for a successful life."By Richard a Silvaon March 21, 2015....5.0 out of 5 starsGreat trivia "Great read for any age .... Quite Interesting !!!! Easy read for the history buff or just general knowledge. Take away lesson --- Don't sell your kids ambitions short."By Alan Minnigon March 18, 20155.0 out of 5 star "wonderful book, we learned so much about great kids in history!!"This is a fun book for kids ages 5-adult! Our family uses it on road trips to learn together about great kids in history. It has helped my 9 year old daughter expand her ideas about what might be possible for her life! We love it and would recommend it for independent reading, for families, or schools!"By L. Rizzoon April 19, 20145.0 out of 5 stars.Love it"If you like history and interesting little facts then this is the book for you. It is about children who have been an inspiration to do many people. I highly recommend this book."By Gracee on April 1, 20145.0 out of 5 stars Good book"It's such a good book! I wish there were some about the civil war. My favorite is probably the popcicle"By Amazon Customer on March 28, 20145.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids & adults"This is a really quick read for adults, & not too hard for kids either. I originally got this book to help inspire my children to pursue their dreams now...not to wait until they were adults. I found it even inspiring for me! If these kids could do it, so can anyone! Don't be afraid to try, & more importantly, don't be afraid to try again!This spirit is being stomped out in our kids today. Traditional education wants to make our children cookie cutters. None of these kids were...they pursued their interests & amazing things worked out as a result. It's a great read!"By Jon February 9, 20144.0 out of 5 stars very interesting"I loved both stories about Lincoln. Very cute! I would recommend this book to any child that thinks "I am too little to make a difference." You never know what will happen until you try!"ByJessica on January 12, 2014Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase5.0 out of 5 stars Good Info"I like to read about history, trivia, and uplifting stories. This was all that and more. I would recommend it to parents and their kids. We all have something to contribute to this world, no matter our age."By Lola Gail on January 9, 2014 --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.


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