George Washington: First in the Hearts of His Countrymen

George Washington: First in the Hearts of His Countrymen

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Well-Trained Mind Press

  • 2015 Mary Pride First Place Literature Genre
  • 2018 Mary Pride First Place Award in the Literature Category

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Character shapes a nation as Jim Weiss presents the action-filled, moving story of George Washington, a man of remarkable physical strength and equally powerful emotions. Amid bullets and ballots, as commander-in-chief and constitutionalist, political leader and peaceful farmer, family man and father_of a nation, here’s a very “human” man who won a war and refused a crown; who saw with amazing clarity the future achievements and challenges of a new nation; who hoped to overcome slavery and unite all Americans, while holding that new nation together in its rocky first years by sheer will. By the end, you’ll understand why George Washington truly merits the title “first in the hearts of his countrymen.”

Approximately 80 Minutes


ISBN: 978-1-942968-67-2
Location: United States
Values: Confidence, Cooperation and Teamwork, Courage, Courtesy, Determination, Excellence, Faith, Friendship, Honesty, Honor, Idealism, Loyalty and Faithfulness, Moderation, Orderliness, Patience and Perseverance, Purposefulness, Reliability, Responsibility, Self-Discipline, Service, Steadfastness, Trust, and Work