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Alexander Hamilton: Young Statesman (Young Patriots series) [Paperback]

By Helen Boyd Higgins & Cathy Morrison (Illustrator)
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Pages   116
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5"
Weight:   0.4 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Mar 1, 2008
Publisher   Patria Press, Inc
Age  9-12
ISBN  1882859626  
EAN  9781882859627  

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The adult accomplishments of this Founding Father, architect of the Constitution and first Secretary of the Treasury are legendary, and in this latest offering, children meet the young "Alec" growing up in the Caribbean as he dreams of visiting the land called America. Accompanied by his parrot, Hurry-Up, and his companion, Poleon, Alec's tranquil days are filled with the books he loves and visits to the waterfront to greet the large ships arriving from Europe--until his uncle insists that Alec fit riding lessons into his schedule. Children will identify with Alec's struggle to overcome his fear of horses and cheer at his courage as he narrowly escapes a violent hurricane while on horseback, all while keeping his eye on the prize--school in America. Featured sections and fun facts explain what happened next and when Alexander Hamilton lived, providing young readers with a snapshot of the leader's entire life.

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More About Helen Boyd Higgins & Cathy Morrison

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Helen Boyd Higgins (1892-1971) was the author of numerous books for children about famous Americans, including Stephen Foster, Juliette Low, Walter Reed, and Noah Webster. Cathy Morrison is the illustrator of "Ignacio's Chair" and the Young Patriots series. She is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and She lives in Denver, Colorado.

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Reasonably priced, this collection will become the foundation of a cherished library  Aug 18, 2008
Often, when visiting books from our youth and recalling the wonderful hours spent as a child reading them, you feel the need to share those experiences with your children or grandchildren.

In 1942, Helen Boyd Higgins wrote Alexander Hamilton, Young Statesman and created a timeless tale of a youth raised in a far away land that only the imagination of the reader can envision. Tribulations and intrigue abound in a format designed to entertain and teach many life lessons. Young Alexander is bereft of a terrible temper and learns self control by many examples used by Higgins in her description of his rearing. The vocabulary is enriched by using words beyond the reader's comprehension, not to frustrate, but to expand a child's horizons. There is a dictionary of definitions at the end of the book which teaches new words. The audience for this book is 9 to 12 years of age. This story is of a young lad growing up in the Caribbean Islands, who yearns to come to America and be a part of the new land of opportunity by going to college to further his education.

The Young Patriots series is designed to 'Hook' kids on History. Other titles in the series include, Amelia Earhart, Young Air Pioneer, William Henry Harrison, Young Tipp, Eddie Rickenbacker, Boy Pilot and Racer, and Mahalia Jackson, Gospel Singer to name a few of the 14 books published thus far. Gifts for birthdays, holidays, or just plain old fashioned fun reading are always good books. A present of this type instills in our youngsters the desire to appreciate reading and to treasure exemplary literature. Reasonably priced, this collection will become the foundation of a cherished library.

Clark Isaacs
Stories for Children Magazine 5 Star Review  Aug 11, 2008
Alexander Hamilton was born in 1757 on the island of Nevis in the British West Indies but, after his father's death moved, with his mother to her family's home on the Danish West Indies island of St. Croix. Receiving his earliest education at home from his mother, he later attended a small private boy's school conducted by a local minister named Knox and then came to New York colony as a young man just as the colonists were beginning to object to the heavy-handedness of the English government. The name may be somewhat familiar to us today because his picture graces our ten-dollar bill, but very few know much about him. His main claim to historic footnote fame is that he was killed by Aaron Burr in a duel. However, he accomplished much more than that in his short life (he was 49 when he was killed), and was one of our nation's most unheralded founding fathers.

As General Washington's aide-de-camp, Hamilton played a highly significant, though mostly unpublicized, role in the American Revolution. As the head of the Federalist Party, he was largely instrumental in achieving the ratification of the United States Constitution. And as President Washington's secretary of the treasury, he almost singlehandedly established the independent monetary program that guided this country for nearly 200 years, laying the groundwork for the capitalist economic system that enabled the United States to grow into the freest and most prosperous society that this world has ever known in less than 100 years. While Hamilton was not without his faults as a politician, all these are great reasons for knowing more about him and his part in our nation's past. In addition, lessons that we can learn from his young personal life include conquering fears, the value of a good education, controlling one's temper, perseverance, and the importance of hard work.

As a man, Hamilton's adult accomplishments as a military assistant to Washington, architect of the Constitution, first Secretary of the Treasury, and the face on the 10 dollar bill, were in part due to the experiences of his youth, and in Volume 14 of the Young Patriots Series, children can meet this noted personage from our nation's history as a young man. This slightly fictionalized account of Hamilton's childhood was originally one of the wonderful "Childhood of Famous Americans Series" published by the Bobbs-Merrill Company in 1942 and entitled Alec Hamilton, the Little Lion. Simon and Schuster publishes the "Childhood of Famous Americans" books now, but many of the older titles have been dropped for newer ones about more recent personalities. Thankfully, Patria Press is bringing back some of these out of print books in their "Young Patriots Series."
REVIEWED BY: Wayne S. Walker
A fun history book  May 28, 2008
Reviewed by Emily Judah (age 13) for Reader Views (5/08)

"Alexander Hamilton" is a fun book filled with the adventures of young and energetic Alexander Hamilton and his pet parrot, Hurry-Up. Alec, as his mother and friends call him, is a boy living on the island of St. Croix in the West Indies. Alec is allowed to roam free, and basically lives the life of luxury, with servants and maids to come at his every call. Alec loves to read and is fascinated with the newly-formed colonies of America which he hopes he will travel to one day. When Alec learns that he will be able to go to school, he can't wait to learn more about America and meet boys his age. The only problem is his Uncle Peter will only let him go to school, if he learns to ride a horse. Alec is terribly afraid of horses because he once fell off of one while riding. But he falls in love with the spunky little pony his uncle buys him and is soon off exploring the island with his newly-found friend. As Alec grows older he is offered an accounting job by the leading warehouse owner of the island. Alec is so smart and talented that he is soon the head accountant for the whole company. Yet Alec desperately wants to go to America and attend a university. You have to read the book to find out all of Alec's adventures and see if Alec makes it to America!

I enjoyed reading "Alexander Hamilton." I would recommend it for ages 8 to 12, as it is a pretty easy read. It is a history book that is made fun so kids can enjoy learning about history but also have fun at the same time.

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