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The Revolutionary War




Dewey: 973.3
This title covers these subjects:  Washington, George, -- 1732-1799Plot-your-own storiesUnited States -- History -- 1775-1783, Revolution
The Revolutionary War: An Interactive History Adventure (Hardcover)

by Elizabeth Raum

Capstone Press
It’s the late 1700s. Tensions are brewing between the American colonies and Great Britain. The Revolutionary War is about to begin. Will you: Help the network of patriot spies in your city? OR Fight for independence as a patriot soldier? OR Work to keep the colonies under British rule?


Reading Level: 3-4
Interest Level: 3-7
GRL: X
Lexile Level: 620L
Early Intervention Level: 29

ISBN:  9781429634205 / 1-4296-3420-0
Publisher:  Capstone Press
Brand:  You Choose
Copyright: 2010
Language: English
Page Count:  112
Page Dimensions:  5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Binding:  Reinforced Library Binding

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Children's Literature Comprehensive Database - Meredith Kiger, Ph.D.

One in the “You Choose” series, this title focuses on the Revolutionary War and allows readers the opportunity to explore both sides of the conflict as they learn about women in the revolution, early conflicts with British soldiers, the conflict in the southern states, and the beginning of the formation of our nation. Somewhat confusing at first, this approach to historical events presents a far more realistic and problem solving scenario for young readers than the time line approach. The text is written from a young person’s point of view, drawing that aged reader into the action. Young people were often involved in the Revolutionary War. The three choices of story paths allow the reader to experience the responsibilities and emotional toll not only of the leaders of the various events but also those of the average citizen. Period and contemporary illustrations and maps enhance the text, and a time line puts it all in perspective. A glossary, an index, and sources for furthers study are included. A perfect approach for getting the classroom involved in history beyond memorizing dates and events.

January 1, 2010