Young Pioneers in Texas

Non-fiction Middle Readers

Betsy Warren  
Product Code: 777-299  




Six unique stories about pioneer children in the 1800's. Stories include kidnapping, being sold as a slave, soldering, the first orphan, living in a house of moss, and living on a ranch.

Ages 10 and up, 88 pages, 7 x 9, b/w illustrations, HB

Betsy Warren has an art education degree from Miami University in Ohio and attended the Chicago Art Institute.  She wrote and illustrated many books for children.  Most of them are about her favorite subject, Texas.  Her works of historical non-fiction include Twenty Texans, Indians Who Lived in Texas, and a Let's Remember series of five books about the people and events in Texas history.  She also wrote for magazines and worked as a musician. Betsy is now retired and lives in Austin.


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