Building a new nation

973.3 LAS

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Building a new nation : an interactive American Revolution adventure

Lassieur, Allison, author.

North Mankato, Minnesota : Capstone Press a capstone imprint [2019]

112 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.

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"Vivid storytelling and authentic dialogue bring American history to life and place readers in the shoes of real people who experienced some of the most pivotal moments of the end of the American Revolution and the early years of the United States. With the signing of the Treaty of Paris and the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, the Founding Fathers of the United States needed to lay the groundwork for the new nation. Early years of government expose weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation, which leads to the Constitutional Convention. The Founders begin drafting the Constitution of the United States. Readers dive into this history and make choices throughout that affect the outcome of the story. Scenarios are developed and lead up to choices, which the readers take to control the direction of the character and story. This format creates a unique and powerful experience for readers as they face the challenges and decisions that real people encountered"-- Provided by publisher.

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ISBN:

978-1-54351543-5

Author:

Lassieur, Allison, author.

Title:

Building a new nation : an interactive American Revolution adventure / by Allison Lassieur.

Physical:

112 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.

Series:

You choose books. Founding the United States

Summary:

"Vivid storytelling and authentic dialogue bring American history to life and place readers in the shoes of real people who experienced some of the most pivotal moments of the end of the American Revolution and the early years of the United States. With the signing of the Treaty of Paris and the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, the Founding Fathers of the United States needed to lay the groundwork for the new nation. Early years of government expose weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation, which leads to the Constitutional Convention. The Founders begin drafting the Constitution of the United States. Readers dive into this history and make choices throughout that affect the outcome of the story. Scenarios are developed and lead up to choices, which the readers take to control the direction of the character and story. This format creates a unique and powerful experience for readers as they face the challenges and decisions that real people encountered"-- Provided by publisher.

Subject:

Choose-your-own stories.

Call:

973.3 LAS

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020 ISBN   $a ISBN  978-1-54351543-5
035 System Ctrl No   $a System control number  10339
100 ME:PersonalName   $a Personal name  Lassieur, Allison,
    $e Relator term  author.
245 Title $a Title  Building a new nation :
    $b Remainder of title  an interactive American Revolution adventure /
    $c Statement of responsibility  by Allison Lassieur.
264 ProductnNotice   $a Place of prod/dist/manuf.  North Mankato, Minnesota :
    $b Name of prod./pub./dist./man.  Capstone Press a capstone imprint
    $c Date of prod/dist/manuf/copyrt  [2019]
300 Physical Desc   $a Extent  112 pages :
    $b Other physical details  illustrations ;
    $c Dimensions  20 cm.
490 SeriesStatement 0   $a Series statement  You choose books. Founding the United States
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  "Vivid storytelling and authentic dialogue bring American history to life and place readers in the shoes of real people who experienced some of the most pivotal moments of the end of the American Revolution and the early years of the United States. With the signing of the Treaty of Paris and the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, the Founding Fathers of the United States needed to lay the groundwork for the new nation. Early years of government expose weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation, which leads to the Constitutional Convention. The Founders begin drafting the Constitution of the United States. Readers dive into this history and make choices throughout that affect the outcome of the story. Scenarios are developed and lead up to choices, which the readers take to control the direction of the character and story. This format creates a unique and powerful experience for readers as they face the challenges and decisions that real people encountered"-- Provided by publisher.
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651 Subj:Geog $a Geographic name  United States
    $x General subdivision  History
    $y Chronological subdivision  Revolution, 1775-1783
    $v Form subdivision  Juvenile literature.
852 Holdings   $a Location  BMS
    $h Classification part  973.3 LAS
    $p Barcode  3020708622
    $9 Cost  $4.24

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