Historical Fiction: Revolutionary War
Recommended books for children on the Revolutionary War.
Hannah accepts the challenge of sneaking behind enemy lines to deliver a message to General Washington.
According to Amos, the mouse, it was really he who was responsible for Ben Franklin's inventions and discoveries.
A fictionalized biography of the navigator who realized his childhood desire to become a ship's captain during the Revolutionary War.
Isabel, slave to cruel owners who sympathize with the British, begins to spy for the rebels.
The outbreak of the Revolutionary War in 1775 brings drastic changes to Felicity's life in Williamsburg.
In Salem, a center of conflict between the British and colonists, Daniel matures as he resolves his political conflicts.
Marching towards Lexington, George, the little drummer, is unaware that their confrontation marks the beginning of the American Revolution.
Matt and his friends are transported back into the time of George Washington and the American Revolutionary War.
The Knox brothers want to help end a British blockade by trying to move 183 cannons 300 miles to Boston.
Hannah and her family prepare to send her brother to join the colonial soldiers in the American Revolutionary War.
After injuring his hand, a silversmith's apprentice becomes a messenger for the Sons of Liberty before the American Revolution.
Anxious to buy freedom for himself and his mother, Daniel escapes from his dishonest master who stole his father's money.
Asa must row through the night to warn his friends on the Massachusetts coast of an impending British attack.
Qwerty Stevens uses his time machine to go to the year 1776, where he meets Benjamin Franklin.
Young Thomas and his mother are members of the Setauket Spy Ring in New York during the Revolutionary War.
Jack and Annie travel back in time and help General George Washington cross the Delaware River.
Henry complains to the governor when his sledding down the hill is thwarted by the British troops at Boston Common.
During the Revolutionary War, two young sisters help a group of Boston women get coffee from a greedy merchant.
In 1788, twelve-year-old Kofi is captured and sold as a slave to a New England farmer.