Betsy Ross by Becky White

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Tells the story of the colonial seamstress who, according to legend, stitched the first American flag, after a design by George Washington.

About Becky White

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Becky White has written numerous books about childhood education and is a teacher, author, and editor. She lives in Pismo Beach, California. Megan Lloyd illustrated Too Many Pumpkins, and Too Many Turkeys. Ms. Lloyd lives in Pennsylvania.
Published January 1, 2011 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Children's Books.

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An author’s note simply says, “According to legend,” and goes on to cite the stories of George Washington’s pencil sketch for the first flag and Betsy’s change of his six-pointed star for her five-pointed one but does not explain that there is no historical evidence for any of it.

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