Grosset & Dunlap (2004), 105 pages
An introduction to the life, times, and works of the celebrated 19th-century American author.
105 p.; 5.37 inches
0448433192 / 9780448433196
LibraryThing member katiebrennan
I think that this is a good book. I like that although it is a chapter book, illustrations were included to enhance the text. For example, the illustrator drew multiple maps in order to show the reader where certain events took place. Also, I like that the author included a list of Mark Twain's books at the end of the biography. As I was reading, I became fascinated with Twain's life and wanted to read some of his books. This list served as a wonderful resource for me because it gave me several suggestions of books to read. The main idea of this book is that hard work can make your dreams come true.
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