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George Washington and the General’s dog By Frank Murphy November 1, 2012

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If you like  history you should read this book. George Washington was an interesting president. Because he always stud up  for his self. He also LOVE animals!  When George grew up he moved  to a farm called  Mount Vernen.And he would go checks on his horses,hogs,oxen,mules,sheep,and dogs.And he liked to spend time with his wife and his animals.And just to tell you he was our first president. and he was born in 1732 and died in 1799! And he also had two children

It tells about when general Washington became good friends with General Howe. And it has wonderful pictures.

I’m recommending this book to 4th and 5th graders.because they have to learn history and it will be good to learn from.
And Dylan because he likes history.book reviewed by Riley V. Age eight

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One Response to “George Washington and the General’s dog By Frank Murphy”

  1. Mrs. Stouder Says:

    Riley,
    What a great review! I could hear your voice coming through in your writing. I never knew some of those facts about Washington. What does the General’s Dog have to do with Washington? I’m curious since it’s part of the title of the book. 🙂


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