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First Flag of New Hampshire Paperback – February 21, 2012
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Ali and Miguel's surroundings came to life with the vivid details Ms. Burkhart provided, with the autumn leaves, and pumpkin patches, I could almost smell fall in the air.
It was refreshing to read about two high school students who take their school assignments seriously, and who can work together and bond in a platonic way, each fascinated by the others cultural differences as they got to know one another.
She brought the history of New Hampshire alive, and Ali and Miguel's quest helped me appreciate how much information our local museums hold within them, ready to share if we only ask.
The illustrations fit the story perfectly, adding to the fun of Ali and Miguel's search for information on New Hampshire's first flag.
Readers any age will enjoy this mini adventure into history.
The artwork is crafted by Ginger Nielson, who is a children's book illustrator and author. I was already familiar with Nielson's work prior to this book. She does a lovely job for First Flag of New Hampshire. In addition to the beautiful cover art-which clearly depicts fall in New England-her interior black and white illustrations include just the right amount of detail to complement the story.
Readers who like solving mysteries or learning about the past will enjoy First Flag of New Hampshire. This would also make a great addition to a school library.