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Books with author Ann Mcgovern

  • . . . If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620

    Ann McGovern, Anna DiVito

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Nov. 1, 1991)
    What if you sailed on the Mayflower?A different time...a different place...What if you were there?If you sailed on the Mayflower--What could you take with you?--How would you keep clean?--What would you do when you first got to shore?Get ready to go back in time to 1620 to discover what it was like to sail the Mayflower!
  • Native American Heroes: Osceola, Tecumseh & Cochise

    Ann Mcgovern, N/a N/a

    Paperback (Scholastic Nonfiction, Jan. 1, 2014)
    November is Native American Heritage month!Osceola, Cochise, and Tecumseh are three Native American heroes who fought valiantly for their land and for their people. This book is divided into three parts--each part recounting the life of one of these great heroes. Their true stories are emotionally gripping and tragic, and Ann McGovern handles delicate topics, such as violence and racism, expertly for young readers. The narrative text is supplemented by black-and-white original source materials throughout (i.e. photographs, maps, portraits, a newspaper article).
  • I see the sea

    Ann McGovern

    Hardcover (Wonder Books, Inc, March 15, 1961)
    AS NEW FIRST EDITION 1961 hardcover, Wonder Books, washable cover, free tracking number, clean NEW text, solid binding, NO remainders NOT ex-library, smoke free; slight gentle shelfwear / storage-wear; endpapers are clean and spotless; some age browning. WE SHIP FAST. Carefully packed and quickly sent. 201713801 I See the Sea by Ann McGovern is a short picture book of the wonders of the sea and seashore . It talks about a girl describing her adventures she had on the beach. Color cover with picture of girl on seashore. Please choose Priority / Expedited shipping for faster delivery. (No shipping to Mexico, Brazil, Argentina or Italy.)
  • Aesop's Fables

    Ann Mcgovern

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, March 15, 1963)
    Simple versions of more than sixty fables use animals to teach lessons about wise and foolish human behavior
  • Black is beautiful

    Ann McGovern

    Hardcover (Four Winds Press, )
  • Wanted Dead Or Alive: The True Story Of Harriet Tubman

    Ann Mcgovern, R.M. Powers

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Feb. 1, 1991)
    A biography of the courageous slave from Maryland who escaped to the freedom of the north, and then returned, time and again, to lead others to freedom.
  • Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest: Novel-Ties Study Guide

    Ann McGovern

    Paperback (Learning Links, Jan. 1, 1993)
    Use Novel-Ties ® study guides as your total guided reading program. Reproducible pages in chapter-by-chapter format provide you with the right questions to ask, the important issues to discuss, and the organizational aids that help students get the most out of each book they read.
  • Adventures of the Shark Lady: Engenie Clark Around the World

    Ann McGovern

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, April 16, 1998)
    An authorized biography of a courageous and renowned marine biologist shows her in action as she rides whale sharks, explores the ocean in a tiny submersible craft, and much more. Original.
  • The defenders; Osceola, Tecumseh, Cochise

    Ann McGovern

    Paperback (Scholastic Book Services, March 15, 1970)
  • The Defenders: Osceola, Tecumseh and Cochise

    Ann McGovern

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 1970)
    Tells how a Seminole, a Shawnee, and an Apache chief waged separate wars against the white man's efforts to steal their homelands
  • ... If you lived with the circus

    Ann McGovern

    Paperback (Scholastic Book Services, March 15, 1971)
  • If You Lived 100 Years Ago

    Ann Mcgovern, Anna DiVito

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Sept. 1, 1999)
    What a difference 100 years has made! Back at the turn of the century there were no televisions, airplanes, computers, plastics, movies with sound, or space travel; there were only about 8,000 automobiles in the whole country. Just turning on a light switch was a new experience. In 58 tantalizing questions and answers, author Ann McGovern gives readers a fascinating look at life in New York City at the end of the 19th century-where the rich and poor lived, how they dressed, traveled, dined, and entertained themselves, what kind of work they did. Readers may be surprised to learn that many children had to work for a living in horrendous conditions, that school were often inadequate and overcrowded (there could be 100 or more students in a single classroom), and that bicycling was the most popular sport in the country. (Baseball, cowling, tennis, football, boxing, golf, archery, and skating were also popular. Basketball and volleyball were new.) Together, the text and art are filled with details that bring the era to life for young readers.