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What are the best books about Pocahontas?

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  1. 1Pocahontas

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    Pocahontas is a historical fiction novel written by Joseph Bruchac. It tells a story based on real events that occurred in 1607 between English colonists and the Powhatan Indians, told from the .perspectives of Pocahontas and John Smith.

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  1. 2Blood on the River: James Town 1607

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    Blood on the River: James Town 1607 is a historical fiction novel for children by Elisa Carbone. It tells the story of a twelve-year-old boy named Samuel who was Captain John Smith's page during the establishment of the James Town colony.
  2. 3Love and Hate in Jamestown

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    Love and Hate in Jamestown is a non-fiction book by David A. Price. It is an account of the events surrounding the establishment of the Jamestown colony in Virginia by British colonists and their conflicts with the Powhatan Indians.

  1. 4Tidewater

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    Tidewater is a historical fiction novel by Libbie Hawker. Set in 1607, it tells the story of the English settlers who set out to establish a colony in Virgini. It features the friendship between Captain John Smith and Pocahontas.

  2. 5Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, Diplomat

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    Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, Diplomat is a biography written by Dr. Paula Gunn Allen. It chronicles Pocahontas' life told from the perspective of the Native American people. 

  3. 6The Princess Pocahontas

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    The Princess Pocahontas is a historical fiction novel written by Virginia Watson and illustrated by George Wharton Edwards, first published in 1916. It is a reimagined telling of Pocahontas' life during the colonial period.
  4. 7Pocahontas and the Strangers

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    Pocahontas and the Strangers is a biography for young readers written by Clyde Robert Bulla and illustrated by Peter Burchard. It tells the historically accurate story of Pocahontas and her role during the early colonization period.
  5. 8Travels and Works of Captain John Smith

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    Travels and Works of Captain John Smith is a non-fiction book edited by Edward Barber. It is a collection of Captain John Smith's writings during the establishment of a British colony of Jamestown in Virginia.
  6. 9The Double Life of Pocahontas

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    First published in 1983, The Double Life of Pocahontas is an award-winning historical fiction novel for children by Jean Fritz. It chronicles Pocahontas's life and the worlds she inhabited: that of the British settlers' and her own.

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    April 20, 2018
    "My daughter is really into Pocahontas after seeing the Disney movie. I wanted to get her into the actual history rather than the sensationalized Disney story. I bought her the book, Tidewater to read, and she seems to really enjoy it. It's a historical fiction novel, so it's not actually an accurate portrayal, but it has a lot of historically accurate things in it."
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    Tidewater
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "I was looking for a good book about Pocahontas and came across this book called Love and Hate in Jamestown. It has a lot of good information about many different things pertaining to Indians. It's a really good read if you are interested in learning more about that stuff."
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    Love and Hate in Jamestown
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "This book is pretty good. It's a mostly fictional account, but it does touch upon topics that actually happened. It's a great way to introduce young readers to who Pocahontas was, as well as the events that took place surrounding her life and her lifetime."
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    Blood on the River: James Town 1607
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "Such an exquisite book, such great insight into such an iconic historical figure. Many people don't know her for what she really is, just from briefly reading the Pocahontas book, but the perspective books like this one give are priceless and eyeopening."
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    Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, Diplomat
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "This was a good book but I didn't like how much of the book also focused on John Smith as well. This would be a decent book for school age children to write a report on but wasn't my type of book to read for pleasure or to gain knowledge."
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    The Double Life of Pocahontas
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    April 19, 2018
    "The Princess Pocahontas is a wonderful fictional novel with illustrations to keep readers engaged. This is more of a classical as it was originally published in 1916 and tells the fictional story of the well known character, Pocahontas."
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    The Princess Pocahontas
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    April 24, 2018
    "Pocahontas was one of my favorite stories growing up. One of the books that I liked reading was Travels and Works of Captain John Smith. I really liked the way that this author told the story."
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    Travels and Works of Captain John Smith
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    April 15, 2018
    "I love the writing style of this author and the book is very fun to read. Well written and grabbed my attention from the very first sentence."
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    Pocahontas and the Strangers
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "I feel the same way about this, other races shouldn't be writing about the natives. I don't feel like they have the right."
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This list is about What are the best books about Pocahontas
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1PocahontasBooks 28 Paid
2Blood on the River: James Town 1607Books 26 Paid
3Love and Hate in JamestownBooks 23 Paid
4TidewaterBooks 22 Paid
5Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, DiplomatBooks 20 Paid
6The Princess PocahontasBooks 19 Paid
7Pocahontas and the StrangersBooks 16 Paid
8Travels and Works of Captain John SmithBooks 15 Paid
9The Double Life of PocahontasBooks 7 Paid
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