PUYB presents…..The Education of George Washington by Austin Washington



Title: The Education of George Washington
Author: Austin Washington
Publisher: Regnery HIstory
Pages: 344
Genre: Nonfiction/History
Format: Hardcover, Kindle

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In Austin Washington’s new book – – The Education of George Washington – – readers will learn all about President Washington’s true model of conduct, honor, and leadership, including the actual historic document that President Washington used to transform his life from a poorly educated child of a widowed mother, to the historic, curious, highly influential and awe inspiring figure he became and remains today.



The Education of George Washington is a very educational and historical read that I thoroughly enjoyed! I have always enjoyed reading history about our former Presidents, and this book has a lot of amazing details, some I had already heard, and a lot that was new. Austin Washington gives America a new and interesting insight of President Washington’s life as a young person, and what molded him into the person he became. President Washington was an amazing person, and I enjoyed getting to know his personality. There is so much in this book it is difficult to know where to start, so I will just highly recommend this to those of you who love history. This is a book you don’t want to pass up. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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Austin Washington 2Austin Washington is the great-nephew of George Washington. He earned his masters and did post-graduate research focusing on colonial American history, and is a writer, musician, entrepreneur and global traveler. He returns to an old Virginia family home whenever he can. Austin’s first book takes a common criticism of his academic writing – “You’re not writing a newspaper editorial, you know!” – and turns it into a virtue, taking a subject dry and dusty in other’s hands and giving it life. He has lived abroad much of his life, most recently in Russia, and visits friends from Sicily to Turkey to Bangladesh and beyond. His earliest influences as a writer were Saki, Salinger, and St. Exupery, although in more recent years he has got beyond the S’s. As for historians, he is partial to the iconoclast Gibbon, who wrote history to change the future.

His latest book is the nonfiction/history book, The Education of George Washington.

For more information, see author Austin Washington discussing his book in a video on his web site at www.austinwashington.com and also on You Tube at: http://youtu.be/1m6OvGRye9U.

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