Confederate Coloring and Learning Book
Publisher : Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.
Description
Children of all ages will enjoy learning about the history of the Civil War in the South with this artful coloring and storybook wrapped into one. The book features childhood heroines like Nancy Hart, who spied on Yankee camps and escaped when Union Col. William Starr finally imprisoned her. From the importance of cannons to the history of the Confederate Naval Jack, this activity book has it all. On one page, the illustrations catch the eye and let children's imaginations run wild, and on the other page, the author relays historical information in language easily understood and enjoyed by young readers. By the time children finish coloring Generals Lee and Jackson or President Davis, they will know of the outstanding deeds of these men. The book emphasizes the motives of Southern heroes like Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson and expresses the importance of faith. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Gary C. Walker has been a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans for over thirty years and has been recognized by the State of South Carolina Legislature for his many accomplishments in Civil War history. Walker is a member of several historic and preservation groups and often participates in Civil War reenactments. He is the author of Civil War Tales, The War in Southwest Virginia: 1861-65, Hunter's Fiery Raid through Virginia Valleys, A General History of the Civil War: The Southern Point of View, and Son of the South, a novel set in Civil War-era Virginia. ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR Joe Ann Breaux is an illustrator living in Spartanburg, South Carolina.







 
Gary Walker
Gary C. Walker has been a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans for over thirty years and has been recognized by the State of South Carolina Legislature for his many accomplis More...
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