Ben and Me

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Click for availability and more information Ben and Me: A New and Astonishing Life of Benjamin Franklin As Written by His Good Mouse Amos, by Robert Lawson
This story, "lately discovered" by Robert Lawson, is said to have been written during the colonial period of American history by a mouse named Amos. Amos wants to set the record straight about experiments and inventions credited to Benjamin Franklin. His claim? He gave Ben Franklin some of his best ideas! A wonderful story written in 1939 by award winning author Robert Lawson. Lawson's awards include the Caldecott Medal for They Were Strong and Good, 1941; Newbery Award for Rabbit Hill, 1945; and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award for Ben & Me, 1961.

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