Sterling Biographies: Pocahontas: A Life in Two Worlds
The tale of the Powhatan princess from the Virginia woodlands is one of the best known and most loved in American history. While myth and legend have clouded some of the details, time has not diminished her bravery, selflessness, and commitment to peace. Nearly four centuries after her death, Pocahontas remains an inspiration, and her story will captivate every young reader.
- Dewey Decimal: 975.501092
- Physical Description: 5.4"x7.4"x0.4"; 0.6 lb; 128 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2010-10-05
- Children's Books -- History & Historical Fiction -- United States -- Colonial & Revolutionary
- Children's Books -- People & Places -- Biographies -- Historical
- Children's Books -- People & Places -- Biographies -- People of Color
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