Shirley Jordan is participating in our book signing at the OLLI Authors’ Day, March 7th from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Location: California State University, Fullerton, Pollak Library. For more information click HERE.
In the summer of 1870, two steamboats, the Natchez and the Robert E. Lee, raced up the Mississippi River from New Orleans, Louisiana, to Saint Louis, Missouri. This story follows that race through the eyes of Benjamin Brown, a fictional twelve-year-old passenger aboard the Natchez.
But will the race be a fair one? While observing the actions of the two captains, young Benjamin has a chance to learn the difference between winning and showing integrity.
This book includes a script for a Readers Theater to be performed by students.
Shirley Jordan is a retired educator. She has had twenty-two non-fiction history books published for the educational market. They focus upon American and Ancient History, and are intended for grades 3 through 8.
Books include: Egypt, Hatshepsut, World War II, Explorers of the New World, Ancient Egypt, The American Revolution, The Civil War, Pioneer Days, California Gold Rush, America’s Early Settlers, America’s Greatest Natural Disasters and more.