Paul Revere rode through the Massachusetts countryside in the early morning of April 19, 1775. He was warning the inhabitants that the British regulars were on their way. It marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War.

  • Publisher: Mitchell Lane
  • Series: Profiles in U.S. History
  • Year Published: 2006
  • Age Level: 8-13
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Reviews:

From religious persecution in France to Colonial Massachusetts, Whiting provides a broad, fascinating account of one of the Revolutionary War’s most famous players. The Boston Tea Party, civil disobedience, secret organizations, and the power of media spin are just a few topics covered in this far-reaching tale. Whiting does a wonderful job conveying many of the fascinating facts and figures surrounding the Revolutionary War. The sentence structure is concise and easy to read. I would enthusiastically recommend this book for older elementary school children and middle school students interested in exploring our rich U.S. history. (Lane Education Service)