The Revolutionary War Adventure

The Revolutionary War Adventure

by Susan Kilbride


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Join Finn and Ginny as they continue to search back in time to find their lost parents. In previous books in the series, Finn and Ginny have adventured with the Pilgrims, survived the horrors of King Philip's War, and lived through the Salem witch trials. In this fourth adventure, they find themselves caught up in the Revolutionary War.
The Our America series is designed to teach the stories of United States history in such a fun way that the reader won't even realize that it's educational. The Revolutionary War Adventure is based on actual accounts written by the people who lived through the war. Ages 10 and up.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781494353438
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/06/2014
Pages: 150
Sales rank: 1,210,844
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

Susan Kilbride is a home educator who realized that the best way to teach history wasn't by using standard text books but by telling the stories of the people who lived it.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again Sue Kilbride has hit a homerun with her historical fiction book series! Today’s review is of The Revolutionary War Adventure from the Our America Series. I was excited to read this book because I loved her previous books so much. We find brother and sister Finn and Ginny once again traveling back in time in search of their parents who are stuck back there somewhere. This time they end up in the Revolutionary War period. The time travel remote keeps taking them to different places and events of the Revolutionary War. Every place they go the twins find relatives who help them and let them be involved in the war effort. Some of the things they do are: witness the Boston Tea Party, travel on Paul Revere’s ride, see the first fighting at Lexington, hear the Declaration of Independence being read, cross the Delaware, and witness the surrender for the victory of the Patriots.  We learn a lot about the terrible conditions back then–the illness and insufficient supplies that the soldiers had.  It gives us a greater appreciation for all they did to fight for our freedom. Finn and Ginny don’t just meet relatives, but also some of the other great heroes of the war such as Paul Revere, John Hancock, and George Washington.  I love the “extras” that you find in the book: The Concord Hymn by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Timeline of the Revolutionary War events, reprint of the Declaration of Independence, bibliography, and the Historical Notes where Susan shares about which characters in the book were her relatives and what events and conversations were actual and which ones she took liberty with. The Revolutionary War Adventure is well-written, fast-paced, and exciting to read.  Susan is a great writer. It’s 120 pages, so not overwhelming for younger readers. I would recommend these books for ages 10-15. They are definitely a great supplement to early American History studies!