LET'S GO TO COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG by Mary Jo Borrenson

LET'S GO TO COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Youngsters are asked to imagine themselves children of pre- revolutionary Williamsburg. How their homes would look, what they might wear, what occupations and games they would engage in, what they would see as they passed through the streets of their town are described in accurate verbal detail and enhanced visually by Moneta Barnett's clear adequate drawings. An excellent child's guide-book for those lucky enough to be bound for this enchanting place. Auxiliary social studies reading.

Pub Date: May 15th, 1961
Publisher: Putnam