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This is the story of Ben Franklin with the emphasis on teaching character to young people.
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This is the story of Ben Franklin with the emphasis on teaching character to young people. It was written in 1889 and contains 339 pages
Here is an excerpt from the preface:
The life of Benjamin Franklin is stranger than fiction. Its realities surpass the idealities of novelists. Imagination would scarcely venture to portray such victories over poverty, obscurity, difficulties, and hardships. The tact, application, perseverance, and industry, that he brought to his life-work, make him an example for all time. He met with defeats; but they inspired him to manlier efforts. His successes increased his desire for something higher and nobler. He was satisfied only with _going up still higher_. He believed that "one to-day is worth two to-morrows"; and he acted accordingly, with the candle-shop and printing office for his school-room, and Observation for his teacher. His career furnishes one of the noblest examples of success for the young of both sexes to study. We offer his life as one of the brightest and best in American history to inspire young hearts with lofty aims. The first and principal source of material for this book was Franklin`s "Autobiography."
|Emphasis||Biographies, Character, History, Reading|
|Author||William M. Thayer|
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