[PDF] Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion | by ✓ Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann, Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion, Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann, Alexander Hamilton Little Lion Now that the twins have begun to settle into their new lives at Elm Medona they delve deeper into The Treasure Chest and uncover about the Pickworth family including the disappearance of their great uncle Thorne and the theft of priceless family artifacts In this adventure The Treasure Chest transports Felix and Maisie to tropical St Croix in There they meet [PDF] Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion | by ✓ Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann - Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion, Alexander Hamilton Little Lion Now that the twins have begun to settle into their new lives at Elm Medona they delve deeper into The Treasure Chest and uncover about the Pickworth family including the disappearance of their great

  • Title: Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion
  • Author: Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann
  • ISBN: 9780448454726
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion | by ✓ Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann [PDF] Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion | by ✓ Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann - Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion, Alexander Hamilton Little Lion Now that the twins have begun to settle into their new lives at Elm Medona they delve deeper into The Treasure Chest and uncover about the Pickworth family including the disappearance of their great

  • [PDF] Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion | by ✓ Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann
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Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion

About "Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann"

  1. Ann Hood Karl Kwasney Scott Altmann

    Ann Hood is the editor of Knitting Yarns Writers on Knitting and the bestselling author of The Book That Matters Most, The Knitting Circle, The Red Thread, Comfort, and An Italian Wife, among other works She is the recipient of two Pushcart Prizes, a Best American Spiritual Writing Award, a Best American Food Writing Award, a Best American Travel Writing Award, and the Paul Bowles Prize for Short Fiction She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

865 thoughts on “Alexander Hamilton: Little Lion”

  1. The second book in The Treasure Chest series is better than the first book Homesick for their old life and old apartment in New York City, 12 year old twins Maisie and Felix decide to visit the Treasure Room again to see if they can go back in time to the place where they lived happily with both parents After all, their first trip back in time ended successfully For a little background Maisie, Felix, and their mother live on the third floor of the old family mansion built in Newport, R.I by thei [...]


  2. This is supposed to be geared towards kiddos in 3rd 5th grade, according to the publishers website Not sure I agreed with at least the 3rd grade part I felt the slave auction was too informative for this age group I also didn t like that the main character develops a crush on A Ham But I personally enjoyed reading it


  3. This was the second book we ve read in this stories It has a nice mix of history and adventure, but does seem to get repetitive.


  4. Is it weird that every time Alexander Hamilton showed up I pictured Lin Manuel Miranda Love me some AH, but I just couldn t get into the writing style and it felt that it took too long for things to get going.


  5. Having traveled back and visited Clara Barton in the first book, Felix and Maisie find themselves living with their mother, who is divorcing their father All the two want to do is go home, and they figure that if they can somehow go back in time again, maybe they can keep their family together With the help of their great aunt Maisie, they locate a family artifact that helps them go back to Saint Croix in 1772 There they meet a young Alexander Hamilton and determine that he is the one to whom th [...]


  6. Little Lion is the 2nd in the Treasure Chest Series by Ann Hood Twins Felix and Maisie once again take an adventure in the Treasure Chest they had found in their new home in Elm Medona In this adventure, the twins are transported back in time to St Croix in the year 1772 It is here that the meet Alexander Hamilton They don t know why the Treasure Chest sent them to Alexander Hamilton or how they are suppose to help him I love these books The heroes are children In each book the reader, the reade [...]


  7. I wasn t sure if I was going to continue with this series because it s written for such young children, which isn t a genre that has much to offer me But ultimately my loyalty to Ann Hood and the fact that I think the concept for her series is pretty brilliant caused me to read 2 And I m glad I did The time traveling twins this time visit Alexander Hamilton during the American revolution I wish I could have learned about big moments in history in such an engaging and creative way Bring on book t [...]


  8. As with my review of the first book on Clara Barton, I give this book full marks One delves deeper into the personal history of Great Aunt Maisie and the Treasure Chest s magic Meeting the young Alexander Hamilton in Saint Croix was a treat and certainly highlights the origins of a lesser known but very important founding father Looking forward to the next books in the series


  9. In this second adventure of the Treasure Chest series, Maisie and Felix are transported to tropical St Croix in 1772 Deposited in the ocean, the twins have adventures with a young Alexander Hamilton battling heavy storms, a fire aboard the ship Thunderbolt and a stagecoach ride to New York from Boston Harbor Reviewer 21.


  10. I didn t really love this, but it s a good book for Hamilkids hits all the high points of Hamilton s personality The focus on his life in St Croix and before he came to the colonies was interesting Hercules Mulligan shows up, but not Laurens, and this story is pre war, so no Lafayette The thing that annoys me is the random capitalization of colors.


  11. Not my favorite book in the series, but still fun and worth the read for a child, I think I m going to be homeschooling soon and I think this is a book I can use for that It is educational but still keeps your attention and the story line moving I would recommend this book 4 out of 5 stars.




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