The Revolutionary War Library

Age Level: 8–9  Grade Level: 3–4

A series of elementary-level books, with each title focusing on a different highlight or aspect of the Revolutionary War—similar to the CIVIL WAR LIBRARY series currently in the Enslow catalog. Each book is full of historically accurate information for reports, with in-depth coverage provided in simple sentences and a chapter format perfect for young history fans. These are comprehensive guides to the issues and people involved in the American Revolution. All titles to be written by John Micklos, Jr.

  • High-interest topics encourage young readers to develop critical thinking skills and an appreciation of history
  • Lots of information for report writers
  • Great storytelling to hold readers’ interest
  • Fills the need for basic history written in simple text and presented in readable type
  • Supports the History curriculum
  • 7 1/2” x 9”
  • 48pp.
  • Illus. with color photographs and illustrations
  • Contains a timeline, words to know, chapter notes, learn more, and an index
  • Spring 2008
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African Americans and American Indians Fighting in the Revolutionary War

African Americans and American Indians Fighting in the Revolutionary War

John Micklos, Jr.
This book takes an in-depth look at some of the often-overlooked allies and enemies of the American forces during the Revolution. Readers will discover why some American Indians fought alongside the colonists, while others fought against them with the British or attempted to remain neutral...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-3018-3
Binding: Library Ed.
List Price: $25.27
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Crossing the Delaware and Valley Forge—Two Wild Winters with Washington

Crossing the Delaware and Valley Forge—Two Wild Winters with Washington

John Micklos, Jr.
Author John Micklos, Jr. takes readers through two of the wildest and most dangerous winters during the Revolutionary War. From Washington’s famous crossing of the Delaware on the Christmas of 1776 to the harsh winter camp at Valley Forge in 1777, readers will find out how the Continental Army not only survived, but also transformed into a fully trained fighting force against the British...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-3017-6
Binding: Library Ed.
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From Thirteen Colonies to One Nation

From Thirteen Colonies to One Nation

John Micklos, Jr.
FROM THIRTEEN COLONIES TO ONE NATION explores the trials and triumphs of America’s founding fathers as they struggled to govern a new nation while still fighting to gain independence from Great Britain, the world’s greatest power at the time...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-3015-2
Binding: Library Ed.
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The Brave Women and Children of the American Revolution

The Brave Women and Children of the American Revolution

John Micklos, Jr.
Author John Micklos, Jr. gives a glimpse of the lives of women and children during the Revolutionary War. Readers will learn about a typical day for women and children before the war, and the extra responsibilities they had to take on when the men were fighting...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-3019-0
Binding: Library Ed.
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What Was the Revolutionary War All About?

What Was the Revolutionary War All About?

John Micklos, Jr.
Author John Micklos, Jr., takes readers through an overview of the American Revolution, from the Stamp Acts and “the shot heard ‘round the world’” to George Washington’s election as the first president of the United States...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-3014-5
Binding: Library Ed.
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