The Secret of Sarah Revere
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1 ëèñò. 1995 ð. - 338 ñòîð.
The daughter of Paul Revere tells of her father’s secret—and her own: “A lively, exciting picture of Boston going to war…excellent.”—VOYA
Thirteen-year-old Sarah Revere knows her father is a Patriot hero, a champion of the Colonies against the British. But she also knows that Paul Revere guards a secret about the start of the Revolutionary War that he will tell no one—not his new wife, not his best friend, not even his trusted daughter. It seems everyone in her family has secrets. Sarah’s even got one of her own—and it's tearing her apart….
This is a “beautifully crafted” novel of a young girl growing up—and a country’s battle for independence (School Library Journal).
“As usual, Rinaldi has done her homework; the book is solidly researched and extremely well written. Readers will not soon forget these characters…Vivid in the best sense of the word.”—Kirkus Reviews
A New York Public Library “Book for the Teen Age”
Includes a reader's guide
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She could scare the British off the hill. They should have let her go and fight them. She's gone to market. No more sickness in her bones. She's come to life in Watertown. All the prominent Whigs are here. Anyway, I've never asked her ...
A matter lies between us, as disturbing in my mind as the matter that lies between the colonials and the British. But there has been no time to resolve it. And I ache inside, thinking that perhaps the time for settling it has come and ...
Even Father said the British will move across the river and destroy them. Well, it's a fine time for him to decide that now, isn't it? Last night Warren said he was going to fight. "Going to the hill," he told Rachel, ...
Copper and paper were hard to come by. "These notes are worthless," Father said to John. "I'm ashamed of them. So thick. The British laugh at us. Call them pasteboard currency." "Pasteboard currency is a sight better than none," John ...
"Because I told how I almost attacked a British patrol. The Whigs don't want anyone in London to think of us as aggressors. They want us to be regarded as innocent," Innocent. My father belabored the word. He gulped his cider.
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THE SECRET OF SARAH REVEREÐåöåíç³ÿ êîðèñòóâà÷à - Kirkus
On the eve of the American Revolution, as war approaches, Sarah Revere's father, Paul, is often away from home as he rides from town to town warning the militias about British troop movements and ... ×èòàòè îãëÿä ïîâí³ñòþ
Review: The Secret of Sarah RevereÐåöåíç³ÿ êîðèñòóâà÷à - Victorianromantic - Goodreads
Though the plot was tricky at times, the insight of this book made it rather enjoyable. ×èòàòè îãëÿä ïîâí³ñòþ