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The Revolutionary War: A Chronology of America's Fight for Independence
The Revolutionary War: A Chronology of America's Fight for Independence
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The Revolutionary War: A Chronology of America's Fight for Independence

The Revolutionary War was a bloody eight-year battle. From the  first gunshot in Lexington to the signing of the Treaty of Paris,  see how America's fight for independence unfolded. Perfect for Common Core studies on analyzing the chronology of an event.

 
ISBN978-1-4914-2160-4
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandConnect
Age Level8-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
GenreInformational
SubjectMilitary, History
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count48
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2015
Paperback
Price
$8.95
 


 
 

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School Library Connection - Melissa Thom, LMS, Bristow Middle School, West Hartford, CT

"In this interesting concept, called Connect, three nonfiction titles include primary source images, address some common myths about the war. . . .The fictional title is a valuable addition and places accurate historical facts into a well-written account of the siege of South Carolina in 1780. This would be a good addition to both Social Studies and Language Arts classrooms and could be used to meet Common Core Standards because it is a high-interest series." - School Library Connection

January 1, 2016

Danielle Smith-Llera

Danielle Smith-Llera

Danielle Smith-Llera’s former life as a teacher led her to write books for young people. She has taught literature, writing, history, and visual arts to students ranging from elementary school to college. Danielle studied English and Visual Arts at Harvard University and exhibits her artwork internationally. As the spouse of a diplomat, she and her family have lived in Washington D.C., New Delhi, India and Kingston, Jamaica.

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