Focusing on William Penn--yet never forgetting the influence of the forces, movements, and people of his day-- author Genevieve Foster explores interactions with foreign dignitaries, friends Isaac Newton and Edmund Halley, his dealings with Native American tribes, and of course the colonial sphere he lived in. Written in a delightful conversational tone and with plenty of illustrations and maps, parents and children alike will enjoy this biography. 192 pages, softcover.
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