The sailors hated the Pilgrims. And the Pilgrims didn't like the sailors.
The sailors made fun of the Pilgrims who got seasick. They called them "glib-gabbety puke stockings." One sailor said he wanted to throw half the Pilgrims into the sea.
The sailors hated the Pilgrims' prayers and holy songs. The Pilgrims didn't like the sailors' bad language.
But at the end of the voyage, the sailors had to admit that the Pilgrims had plenty of courage.
And the Pilgrims were thankful that the sailors got them safely to the New World.
Having read several books on this event, I was surprised and pleased to learn even more about the courageous travelers and early pioneers who sailed on the Mayflower. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jan
The illustrations are fairly good and there is quite a bit if information. The writing should interesting and understood by an average young reader.Published 5 months ago by Persop
Held he attention of my 24 second grade students. Loved that the story taught them history.Published 7 months ago by Trish Anderson
There were lots of pictures, but not so many as to minimize the story. Well written, and illustrated. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Virginia M. Urbanik
My kiddos (3 and 5) love looking at all of the pictures in this book and listened fairly well, although the 3 y/o kept wanting to skip to "the page with color, Mommy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ScottandLeah