Tammy Meets William Tell

Tammy Meets William Tell : Sketch Edition: 9 to Adult

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This is a first print 9-adult SKETCH Edition featuring many full color illustations. Follow alongside of ten-year-old Tammy Wurtherington, the little doll girl from River Falls, Ohio in this rollicking new adventure that is sure to delight any youngster. Her cute associates, Cedric the Mongoose, Zeke the orphaned opossum, and Alfred the mouse accompany her in this trip through history in which they must see that the space-time continuum is maintained in seeing that the birth of freedom in 1307 in Switzerland goes off without a hitch. Tammy tells another spellbinding tale of adventure, this time alongside of William Tell. As with all the Wurtherington Diary books, this one abounds in developing worthwhile feelings for its young readers. Things like honesty, compassion, and respect for others abound on very page In this fun filled tale, Tammy and her associates must see that the Rutli Oath is signed by the three canton leaders of Switzerland. Then they must accompany William Tell to the village square in Aldorf on that fateful day when William Tell refused to bow to a hat on a pole placed there by the cruel Governor Gessler. This story answers for all time the true events of the day that became a legend in the struggle for Swiss freedom. You will discover that elves of Little Schwyz participated in the Battle at Morgarten a few years later where Tammy and William Tell lure Duke Leopold 's army into a trap. Tammy's Diary (as always) is a historically accurate accounting of the events that turned the course of history. Whether you are a young reader or a parent/educator, everyone will enjoy this remarkable tale of a wonderful little girl who became a legend in her efforts to "nudge" history and see that the Dark Ages battle for freedom began without a hitch.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 100 pages
  • 216 x 279 x 7mm | 354g
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 1511841222
  • 9781511841221

About Reynold Jay

Reynold Jay is the leader of a team dedicated to publishing the fascinating 1883 Wurtherington Diary. He has authored a dozen books and co-authored a non-fiction book with Amara, "Eternal Defilement." Once a Special Education teacher--now an author/publisher/restoration professional, he hopes to inspire his readers with this series meant for young and old alike.
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