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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
History improves the mind and expands our knowledge of the past. Little Miss History Travels to Mount Vernon (Volume 7) by Barbara Ann Mojica is a beautiful, colorful children’s book about the journey of the past, our history. This book is a part of the Little Miss History series and takes us on a historical passage to Mount Vernon, where you will learn everything about this place. Do you know anything about Mount Vernon? Do you know where Mount Vernon is located? Mount Vernon is located in Virginia. As Little Miss History walks us through Mount Vernon, we are introduced to the life of President George Washington, his plantation, and the Mansion House. The Mansion House is one of the prominent features of George Washington’s possessions. Reading Little Miss History Travels to Mount Vernon (Volume 7) by Barbara Ann Mojica, you will be educated about the tools that were used on the plantation, slavery, and life during those times.
For me, reading Little Miss History Travels to Mount Vernon (Volume 7) by Barbara Ann Mojica took me back in time, going back to basics such as embracing a healthy quality of life with offerings from the farm such as table meats, goods and produce. Washington was passionate about gardening and trees, and he ate healthily. By experiencing and learning about the past, you are able to create a future. If you like historical books, get a copy of Little Miss History Travels to Mount Vernon (Volume 7) by Barbara Ann Mojica with illustrations by Victor Ramon Mojica.