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Let It Begin Here!: April 19, 1775: The Day the American Revolution Began

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A nonfiction master brings the start of the American Revolution to life.
A 26-year-old King George II found himself in financial turmoil after crushing the French, Austrians, and Spanish in battle. Luckily money was no object since he could easily get it back by raising taxes on his American colonies...but what King George didn't realize was th
Paperback, 64 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Flash Point (first published December 9th 2008)
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Erica Rhodes
This book is a pretty comprehensive view of the first battles of the American Revolution. The information includes several quotes from people who were actually there, which gives it a unique touch in comparison to some of the other stories my daughter and I have shared.

What I liked most about this book was the attention to detail that went far beyond the standard Lexington and Concord story. It covered the entire trip all the way back to the British soldiers returning to safety. It covers many d
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Roxanne Hsu Feldman
The "first day" of the Revolutionary War is well documented with fast paced brief narrative and many effective full color (watercolors?) illustrations. This is in the same format as Don Brown's other book, All Stations Distress!" from the same series(?) but is slightly with less focus due to the scattered nature of the day's event. Still a solid history text for the beginning readers set.
Another solid look at history by Brown. Teachers are going to love it; I'm looking forward to using it as a read-aloud when our 4th grade gets to the revolution!
Robin Stansel
Rare history book for children; many quotations, acknowledgment that history is full of unanswered questions, focus on several individuals.
The Library Lady
Adequate but flat. Unexciting text and unexciting art.
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Don Brown is the award-winning author and illustrator of many picture book biographies. He has been widely praised for his resonant storytelling and his delicate watercolor paintings that evoke the excitement, humor, pain, and joy of lives lived with passion. School Library Journal has called him "a current pac
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