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Just because the American Revolution is in curriculum standards doesn't mean the study of it has to be boring. From the French and Indian War and the ensuing taxes to the creation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, the Revolutionary War era was a rowdy, transformational time. Packed with infographics, each book is an engaging read about this key period in American history.
On April 18, 1775, the “shot heard ‘round the world” was fired. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first of many battles between the 13 colonies and ...
Men may have fought the battles of the American Revolution, but women played an important part too. Some women fought the battle at home, speaking their minds ...
George Washington, Paul Revere, and Thomas Jefferson are remembered as heroes of the American Revolution, but they were only a few of many men and women who ...
The 13 American Colonies had many reasons to begin the Revolutionary War. From the Boston Tea Party to the Intolerable Acts, they felt it was time for ...
On October 19, 1781, British forces laid down their arms in Yorktown, Virginia. Despite the British surrender, the American struggle to form a new nation was ...
The American Revolution brought the English, French, American Indian tribes, and colonists together in battle after deadly battle. From muskets and rations to ...
"From the early tensions wrought by the French and Indian War to the decisive days of the Constitutional Convention, these introductions delineate the Revolutionary War in a way that is compelling and informative. The sentence structure is short, direct, and engaging, e.g., “Spies used both words and weapons to fight during the war.” Colorful and captioned reproductions and photos, maps, time lines, charts, sidebars, and “Fast Fact” text boxes enhance the texts. Challenging words are defined twice, first in a shaded box on the spread on which the word appears and then again in the glossary. Colonists and Constitution provide background material, while the other volumes deliver topic-specific information. Women is the female counterpart to Heroes; Nancy Morgan Hart is the only person who is in both. Sources are not cited, though each title was written under the consultation of experts in the field." - School Library Journal "Series Made Simple"
November 1, 2012
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