After Peachtree Creek floods for the second time in two years, Frances finds an old box washed up in her backyard. In trying to solve the mystery of what's in the box, she also learns about the people who lived there before her.
Frances, Tuck, Susannah, James, Rosie, and Carl all have something in common. What is it? Find out when you read Secret Stories from Peachtree Creek.
This book helps children understand that history isn't necessarily from long ago and far away, and it doesn't have to be boring. Discovering history is very much like solving a mystery, and that's what they will do as they read Secret Stories from Peachtree Creek.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)|
About the Author
Marcia Mayo is a teacher and a writer who enjoys learning about the history of real people. However, when she can't find any real people, she just makes them up! She also likes helping kids make connections between themselves and those who lived before them.
Marcia lives in Atlanta, Georgia in a building where Margaret Mitchell once lived and she spends her summers in Portland, Oregon, very near to where Lewis, Clarke, and Sacagawea happened upon the Pacific Ocean.