Revolutionary adventures on New Hampshire’s coast.
A boy orphaned in the Battle of Concord helps his uncle on a military mission to the Connecticut River Valley, where he hears about Ethan Allen and Fort Ticonderoga.
The story of the capture of Fort Ticonderoga through the eyes of two boys. By the author of The Day No Pigs Would Die.
The story of a woman from Exeter, NH, who held family and farm together in Temple, NH, while husband and father fought in the Revolution. The author is a Newbery Award winner.
Grades 6-7. The last book by this Congressman-author, a collection of information that shows how pioneers lived.
Activities, documents, information, crafts, places to visit, a bibliography and practical suggestions for making regional history come alive.
A boy orphaned by the death of his father at Bunker Hill is apprenticed at a Lake Winnipesaukee mill.
This 30th anniversary Edition of Fritz Bells ‘Let’s Create’, shows that good teaching and good lessons never go out of date.
This little book is filled with activities for grades K-12 in all academic areas using the Bodily Kinesthetic intelligence. Learn how to use all that kinesthetic energy students have as a positive force in the classroom.
In addition to teaching courses for Creative Classrooms, Fritz Bell cooks for many of the Walnut Hill guests. This collection of 61 recipes includes old soups, main dishes, nibbles and deserts all taste tested by groups at Walnut Hill and anecdotes about friends who are the sources of many of the recipes.
The canvas bag with handle and the cotton tee-shirt feature a five-color circular design by Cheryl Grasso inspired by the arts-related courses she’s taken here.
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