This newly revised edition takes readers into a Colonial Home of the 1600s and 1700s. See inside the kitchen, the fireplace, the bedchamber and the barn. Learn why immigrants from England, France, and Spain were drawn to North America, and how plantations in the South grew and prospered through the slave trade.
About the authors
JOHN CROSSINGHAM has spent most of his life playing music and writing words. In addition to having edited with OKB, he is author of Learn to Speak Music. A veteran of numerous bands, including Broken Social Scene and Raising The Fawn, he has toured much of the world, played on Conan, Letterman, and the Junos, and has released several albums and EPs. He has also written and edited dozens of children's books, as well as written about music for FASHION and Chart magazines. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.