The Mayflower Pilgrims by Edmund Janes Carpenter, revised by Michael L McHugh and published by Christian Liberty Press.
This supplemental reader by Edmund J. Carpenter tells the story of the establishment of the Plymouth colony. Huddled aboard a small ship plowing the Atlantic, 102 passengers sailed their way into history in 1620. Carpenter's well-researched narrative captures the physical hardships, spiritual challenges, and emotional toll William Bradford, Miles Standish, Samuel Fuller, William Brewster, and other Mayflower voyagers experienced as they struggled to found a Christian settlement in an untamed land. Young people will understand the true motivations and struggles of the Pilgrims as they read this book. It contains several pictures and illustrations.