Item description for Minute Boys of Lexington (Minute Boys #1) by Edward Stratemeyer & A. B. Shute...
Overview The Minute Boys of Lexington is the first book in Edward Stratemeyer\'s series for young people about the American Revolution. Written in the late 19th century, it is the kind of adventure story missing from the ranks of today\'s children\'s books. The year was 1775. The Colonies teetered on the brink of war with Britain. The brave patriots of Lexington and Concord stood ready. In this world, sixteen-year-old Roger Morse grew up before his time. So, come, boys and girls, and let the rousing story of the exploits of Roger Morse and his friends transport you back to another time. A time when the future of our country was at stake. Follow these young men as they fight the British with courage and determination in the name of justice and liberty for all.
Publishers Description The first book in Edward Stratemeyer's series for young people about the American Revolution. Follow Roger Morse and his friends as they help battle the British in a rousing adventure story. Written in the 19th century by Stratemeyer, who is well known for his famous Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys series, this selection is among over 1200 books for juveniles he and his syndicate produced in the early part of the twentieth century.
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Studio: Applewood Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.64" Width: 5.78" Height: 0.94" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 1997
Publisher INTREPID GROUP?LOST CLASSICS
Grade Level Grade School
Series Minute Boys
Series Number 1
ISBN 0965273539 ISBN13 9781965273531
Availability 0 units.
More About Edward Stratemeyer & A. B. Shute
Edward Stratemeyer (1862-1930) is known primarily for his novels for the young. Creator of such classic series as The Bobbsey Twins, The Hardy Boys, and the Nancy Drew series, he also wrote many historical novels. Most, including FOR THE LIBERTY OF TEXAS, relate to the great conflicts of the nineteenth century.
Edward Stratemeyer was born in 1862 and died in 1930.
Reviews - What do customers think about Minute Boys of Lexington?
11 Year Old Homeschooler Wrote This Review Nov 18, 2004
"The Minute Boys of Lexington" is about a 16-year-old boy of the Revolution. Roger lives with his mother, sister, and a beloved helping hand named Hen. The story begins when Roger, returning home with a wagon load of corn fodder, is commanded to pull over to the side of the road by a detachment of Redcoats. He does not obey there orders (for fear of the cart turning over and spilling all the feed) so he is captured. Now his journey really begins. This is a very nice book; I liked it so much that I read it in under a week.Edward Stratmeyer, the author, is a very good writer. I believe he is trying to show in this book how valiantly the minutemen of the Revolution fought for our rights that we now enjoy today.
Exciting history! Nov 20, 2001
Well written, exciting tale of the beginnings of the American Revolution. A must-read for every young history nut in your house! My 10-year old son couldn't put it down and was heard to exclaim several times, "This is GREAT history!" The author makes the places, names, and dates of history come alive and helps young people appreciate the human side of what they are studying in school. Comprehensive glossary at the end helps explain difficult words. This book was an excellent addition to my homeschool history curriculum. Now it's on to "The Minute Boys of Bunker Hill".