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Pilgrim Girl: Diary And Recipes of Her First Year in the New World
Jule Selbo, Laura Peters

Pilgrim history, adventure and great recipes for kids to try.

Star Publish
February 2005
Featuring: Constance Godwin
132 pages
ISBN: 1932993053
Hardcover
$12.92
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On September 6th, in the year 1620, when King James the First ruled Britain, a sailing ship called the Mayflower, carrying 102 passengers and approximately thirty crew members, left Plymouth, England. All of the passengers were called Pilgrims. Some traveled to find religious freedom; all were looking for a better life.

PILGRIM GIRL is the story of 12 year old Constance Godwin who, along with her family, was a passenger on the Mayflower. Read the diary of her first year in the New World. Included are recipes of the food they prepared.

Historically-based fiction that allows parents and their children a glimpse of what it was like to be a child coming of age in 1620 as well as providing recipes that can be used to create meals together.

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