Saturday, November 27, 2010

The American Patriot's Almanac by William J. Bennett and John T.E. Cribb Review

I remember growing up my grandparents and my parents always consulted an almanac for gardening and weather.  I don't recall them ever having one for history but this is a must have for the whole family!!

Beautifully rendered, the almanac is broken up so you have a passage every day for 365 days.  Everyday you can learn a little something about our American History.  The months are broken up into different categories.  For instance, March is American movies, April American Quotes, and October poems of American Patriotism. 

Like I said above, it's a beautiful book with high quality paper, gold and black print, and very educational as well as entertaining.  A must have for any library or collector. 

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