Lone Journey: The Life of Roger Williams

Lone Journey The Life of Roger Williams Lone Journey The Life of Roger Williams is a biography of Roger Williams champion of religious freedom and founder of Providence Plantation written for children by Jeanette Eaton

  • Title: Lone Journey: The Life of Roger Williams
  • Author: Jeanette Eaton
  • ISBN: 9780152484729
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lone Journey The Life of Roger Williams is a biography of Roger Williams, champion of religious freedom and founder of Providence Plantation, written for children by Jeanette Eaton.

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      Published :2018-08-08T20:17:40+00:00

    One thought on “Lone Journey: The Life of Roger Williams”

    1. This was so hard to read because it was terribly boring. Poor Roger Williams, I wanted to like him but the author was busy rushing through his history to give him a character. And then, she told me what to think in the last chapter which I REALLY didn't like.

    2. This is a book about Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island and one of the fathers of modern Democracy.I thought that the guy was great but that the book was boring. The same things kept happening again and again, and it was very difficult to keep track of the different roles of the many historical figures mentioned. It felt like the author tried to put too much information into this book, and there wasn't enough room for it all, so it felt crammed. Yet boring as well. Fortunately, the actu [...]

    3. This was an interesting book, though not exciting in the main. A good history lesson, if indeed it is written with historical accuracy. (I need to study to be sure.) I don't know if it would entirely keep the interest of children, but it is more interestingly written than most history books. (How many words can I use the word "interesting"?) :)

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