This historical fiction reader will give elementary-aged students a first-hand look at colonization and early colonial and 20th century attitudes towards American Indians. Stephen and his family are Quakers, and travel from England to Pennsylvania where they learn about life in the New World through each season. Covering the small details of everyday life, as well as larger events such as William Penn's land purchases, this historical reader covers a range of engaging information on early colonial life.
This is an A Beka 4th Grade Reader.
152 pages, softcover. Colorized pen-and-ink illustrations. Originally published in 1920 with some modern adaptations. Appropriate for grades 4-6.