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Hannah Pritchard

Pirate of the Revolution

Series: Historical Fiction Adventures (HFA)

By Bonnie Pryor

Upon finding her family murdered by British redcoats, Tories, and Iroquois Indians, Hannah Pritchard begins a long and difficult journey in search of revenge and adventure. The former New York farm girl wants the opportunity to fight the British, and she finds it aboard an American privateer ship during the Revolutionary War. However, Hannah must hide her female identity to be able to work as a cabin boy aboard the SEA HAWK. In this first book of the Hannah Pritchard trilogy, follow Hannah’s brave story as this teenager discovers a wild life at sea, forges new friendships, and learns the bittersweet taste of revenge.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-2851-7$31.27$23.45

Other books in Historical Fiction Adventures (HFA)

<h2><a href="../Captain_Hannah_Pritchard/1690">Captain Hannah Pritchard: <i>The Hunt for Pirate Gold</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Jesse_Bowman/1692">Jesse Bowman: <i>A Union Boy's War Story</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Libertys_Son/1693">Liberty's Son: <i>A Spy Story of the American Revolution</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Pirate_Hannah_Pritchard/1694">Pirate Hannah Pritchard: <i>Captured!</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Simons_Escape/1695">Simon's Escape: <i>A Story of the Holocaust</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../The_Devils_Door/1696">The Devil's Door: <i>A Salem Witchcraft Story</i></a></h2>


"The 'Real History Behind the Story' section is a great addition to this historical fiction series. These would be excellent books for teachers to use in their classrooms, because they intertwine American history with realistic tales."

Library Media Connection, March 2008

". . . well suited for the intended audience . . . This work of fiction incorporates historical facts and is well written . . . An enjoyable read, educational . . ."

Southern Maine Library District, June 10, 2008

". . . a fine work of historical fiction."

Children's Bookwatch, April 2008

". . . an exciting historic adventure story . . . Characters are well developed and truly seem real."

Eastern Washington Book Review Council

". . . a great historical fiction addition."

Lincoln Public Schools, August 2010

"Well written, exciting topic!!!"

Northeastern Maine Library District, March 2008

". . . a good addition to textbook study of the American Revolution."

Children's Literature

"The action and drama will attract students while they painlessly learn some history."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, March 2008

"Elementary libraries with grades 3-6 readers seeking solid historical fiction with vivid plots based on real-world action will appreciate . . . Hannah Pritchard . . . and Jesse Bowman . . . Each book includes not only a vivid story line based on facts, but a summary, discussion questions, activities and bibliography geared to Internet research. Both are very highly recommended picks."

Children's Bookwatch, March 2008

". . . a captivating historical fiction novel . . . It is definitely a page-turner and hard to put down."

Richardson Independent School District, April 30, 2008

"This simple, straightforward tale is propelled by a fast-moving plot. Historical and nautical terms are explained well, and a note rounds out the text."

School Library Journal, May 2008

". . . readers will cheer Hannah on as she goes through all her trials and troubles."

Association of Region XI School Libraries

"This is a good historical novel that should keep the reader’s attention and impart a little historical knowledge."

Highlands Regional Library Cooperative, April 15, 2008

"This historical fiction book will peak students interest in pirates, this time period in history and the roles of women during this time period."

Clark County School District, February 28, 2008

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