I Survived the American Revolution, 1776 (I Survived #15) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-14 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" From my 5th grade book club: This book was ok. The author should add more details and pictures to help the reader understand the story. We didn’t like how the book ended. If it ended on a cliff hanger, the reader would be excited to read the next book. We recommend that the readers know a little bit about this topic before they try to read it. " said.

" My 2 boys and I listened to this on audio. They are both studying the American Revolution in our homeschool. This was hugely entertaining on audio, the narrator was amazing. The book is very educational. Gave us a look through an 11 year old boys eyes of the war going on around him. We will definitely be reading more of these books. The audio was a little over 2 hours long. " said.

" The book is about this boy who has to face challenges and work to try to get his way though obstacles to succeed. He has a hard time fitting in but his long lost friend shows up and makes things better for him. I think this book is really surprising because of all the things that he did to help. I recommend this book because of all the traits. " said.

" I Liked this book. I liked it even more cause we live so close to where It happened. Lauren Tarshis The author of this book Did a great job of choosing a battle that most people didn't know about. Have you ever heard of the battle of Brookline I know I haven't? I recommend this book to anyone who needs a quick and Interest read. " said.

" I often read the same books as my son , as a conversation piece. I enjoy reading new bits of history that were previously not commonly known. Thank you for sharing your information on the Battle of Brooklyn in such a creative and insightful way, including the description of the undeveloped terrain, at that time. It is hard to think of New York or any part of it was once a wild wilderness. " said.

" This is one of the few books that is written at a level for middle-grade readers that is both informative and enjoyable. It is not the most adventurous book on the Rev War but it will definitely teach and expand what students know about this time in history. As a teacher of fifth, it was one of our best book clubs because of the amount of information that students were able to learn. In other words, the story is ok, but for informing about the Rev War, much better than a textbook! " said.

" Very interesting approach to writing a historical fiction book about the American Revolution... focusing on the battles in New York, the impact of the British, and the involvement of German Soldiers. The book did a nice job of describing the different aspects of the American Revolution... the conditions, the weapons, etc. I listened to the audiobook and enjoyed hearing the author speak about the research she did for the book. " said.

" I liked these this character has a clear growth arc. Maybe this rating is falsely increased because I've been perusing a lot of "reluctant reader" children's lit right now, and this is how you do that stuff correctly. You don't get reluctant readers reading with potty humor and disrespectful characters. You get them reading with magical, exciting, immersive storylines. So, bravo, Lauren Tarshis. " said.

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