Who Really Discovered America?

Who Really Discovered America Ancient nomads Leif Erikson and Christopher Columbus battle terrible weather wild animals and stormy seas as they make their way to a new land All these players are driven to explore the unfamilia

  • Title: Who Really Discovered America?
  • Author: Kristine Carlson Asselin
  • ISBN: 9781429633420
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ancient nomads, Leif Erikson, and Christopher Columbus battle terrible weather, wild animals, and stormy seas as they make their way to a new land All these players are driven to explore the unfamiliar territory we now call America But only one player can win the race Who really discovered America

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    1. This book explores the time where North America was being explored by the ancient Siberians, the Viking leader named Leif Eriksson, and Christopher Columbus. The book describes each of the three explorers difficulty arriving to the new world and the hardships they overcame as they settled in the Americas. I would use this book as a resource when studying exploration. It has interesting illustrations and vocabulary. The vocabulary is defined at the bottom of the page for easy access such as exoti [...]

    2. This book depicts who discovered American by translating it into a race. The author had 3 "players": Ancient Siberians, Christopher Columbus, and Leif Eriksson. Along the race, the author describes what each player did for America. I would use this book as a fun way to introduce Early America and a timeline for who really discovered America.

    3. I loved writing this book--it went through several iterations before being published. It was written in Fall 2008. It's got great graphics and lots of cool factoids. Kids studying exploration will love it. But then again, I'm biased.

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