I SING AMERICA by Clara Lambert

I SING AMERICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book is in no sense a ""juvenile"", and yet teen age boys and girls, with a fairly adequate pattern of American history, should find this saga of America, its geography and geology, its beginnings, its regional complexities of history and government and social life, fascinating reading. The rhythms of the saga are almost Walt Whit, -- New England -- Appalachis --Inland Empire -- Great Plains -- Great Basins -- Mountains of the Northwest -- the Southwest. The elements that contributed to their development, their growth, their changing patterns. It is amazing how much is packed into the broad outlines.

Pub Date: Nov. 20th, 1941
Publisher: John Day