|aIf you lived in colonial times|cby Ann McGovern ; illustrated by June Otani.
|aIn colonial times.
|a80 p.|bcolor ill.|c20 x 23 cm.
|aWhat happened if you fell asleep in the meetinghouse? -- Where did people eat on Sunday? -- What laws did people have to obey? -- What were the special Sunday laws? -- Who made all the laws? -- Could everyone vote in the Colonial days? -- What happened to people who broke the laws? -- What did colonial house look like? -- How many rooms did a colonial house have? -- Did big families live in big houses? -- What did the furniture look like? -- What did people sleep on? -- Where did people hang their clothes? - - Where did people take baths? -- Did people work hard in colonial days? -- When did boys and girls work? -- Did children have time to play? -- What games did boys like? - - What did girld like to do? -- Were there special days just for fun? -- Were there spacial laws about fun? -- Did people travel much in colonial days? -- How did people get across water? -- How did people travel when there was snow on the ground? -- How did two mentravel when they had only one horse? -- How did people get news? -- How would you write a letter in colonial days? -- What would you use for a pen and ink and envelop? -- How would you send a letter? -- etc.
|aDescribes what it was like to live in the New England colonies during the years 1565 to 1776.
|aNew England|xSocial life and customs|yTo 1775|vJuvenile literature.
If you lived in colonial times--What kind of clothes would you wear?--Would you go to school?--What would happen if you didn't behave? This book tells you what it was like to live in the New England colonies during the years 1565 to 1776.