3 edition of Benjamin Brown and the great steamboat race found in the catalog.
Benjamin Brown and the great steamboat race
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|Statement||by Shirley Jordan ; illustrated by Doug Chayka.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature, Juvenile drama|
|Series||History speaks: picture books plus reader"s theater|
|LC Classifications||PN2080 .J68 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009050055|
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In the summer ofThomas Leathers was captain of the n Leathers believed it was the fastest steamboat on the Mississippi River. Captain Cannon of the Robert E. Lee offered to race the Natchez from New Orleans, Louisiana, to St.
Louis, Missouri. Twelve-year-old Benjamin Brown, a passenger on the Natchez, wants very much to win the race.4/5(1). Benjamin Brown and the Great Steamboat Race (History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader's Theater) - Kindle edition by Jordan, Shirley, Kemly, Kathleen.
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Benjamin Brown and the great steamboat race. [Shirley Jordan; Kathleen Hadam Kemly] -- The story of a race between steamboats Natchez and Robert E. Lee in includes a script for readers' theater.
Captain Leathers believed it was the fastest steamboat on the Mississippi River. Captain Cannon of the Robert E. Lee offered to race the Natchez from New Orleans, Louisiana, to St.
Louis, Missouri. Twelve-year-old Benjamin Brown, a passenger on the Natchez, wants very much to win the race. In the summer ofThomas Leathers was captain of the Natchez. Captain Leathers believed it was the fastest steamboat on the Mississippi River.
Captain Cannon of the Robert E. Lee offered to race the Natchez from New Orleans, Louisiana, to St. Louis, Missouri. Twelve-year-old Benjamin Brown, a passenger on the Natchez, wants very much to win the race. Benjamin Brown and the Great Steamboat Race (History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader's Theater (Quality)) by Shirley Jordan, Illustrator-Kathleen Kemly Paperback, 48 Pages, Published by Lerner Classroom ISBNISBN: Bring to life important stories from U.S.
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Kathleen Kemly has 14 books on Goodreads with ratings. Kathleen Kemly’s most popular book is Molly, by Golly!: The Legend of Molly Williams, America. 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Great Steamboat Race By Robert W.
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Lee and the Natchez remains the world’s most famous steamboat race. This book tells the story of the dramatic contest, which was won by the stripped-down, cargoless Robert E. Lee after three days, 18 hours, and 14 minutes of steaming through day, night and fog.
The Steamboat Race by Mark Twain Preface to the story: The author, Mark Twain, was born as Samuel Clemens, but took his pen name from a term used on the river steamboats he learned to pilot in his youth (not a small feat, for a pilot’s responsibilities were considerable, and local river knowledge was crucial).
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You'll be swept back in time as this programmatic work recounts the tale of a race between two Mississippi River paddleboats. The tune Waitin' for the Robert E.
Lee sets the boats in motion while a unique sound using plastic milk jugs, and the creative scoring brings it all together in a most appealing way. Good old fashioned charm and story-telling blends well with innovative. The Great Steamboat Race is an annual steamboat race, taking place the Wednesday before the first Saturday of May, three days before the Kentucky Derby, as part of the Kentucky Derby race was first run in and it takes place on the Ohio River in the span that runs between Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville,the race was traditionally.
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