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The Revolutionary War Begins

Would You Join the Fight?

Series: What Would You Do?

By Elaine Landau

In 1775, the British arrived in Lexington, Massachusetts. Colonial minutemen were waiting for them. Although the Revolutionary War lasted for several years, the first shots fired at Lexington and Concord began the American colonists’ fight for independence. Author Elaine Landau invites readers to make the important decisions during the colonies first battles against the British.

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". . . a unique way to involve readers more intimately in the study of history and to help them understand the consequences of decisions . . . Excellently written, simple yet complete wording conveys the details without overbearingly long exposition."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2008

"This is a terrific teaching tool as well as a thought-provoking read."

South Sound Book Review Council, February 14, 2010

"The story is told very simply and interestingly."

Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, October 22, 2008

". . . this book brings history alive in its well organized chapters . . . this volume is an engaging and fresh invitation into the exciting details of history for the older elementary student. Teachers and students alike will find it a great resource . . .it will be a wonderful addition to the non-fiction shelf in your library."

Lane Education Service District

"Drawing young readers into history in this here-and-now style will keep them engaged and focused."

School Library Journal, December 2008

"Excellent for reluctant or remedial readers at jr. high, high level. Text is straight forward and easy to read . . ."

Association of Region XI School Libraries

"Facts about the Revolutionary War are presented in a clear manner . . ."

Pasadena Independent School District, July 7, 2008

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