Paul Revere's Ride: The Landlord's Tale
Listen, my children, and you shall hear
So begins Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's stirring tale of Paul Revere's ride and the first battle cry for American independence. Written over a century ago, the words still resonate today.
Now acclaimed artist Charles Santore has turned his attention to this historic event, immortalized in Longfellow's poem. Paul Revere, his horse, the Old North Church, the lantern, Lexington and Concord -- all spring from these pages, and make that famous race against time live once again.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mikefletch - LibraryThing
Summary: This poem is about the night Paul Revere rode throughout the colonies warning the colonists that the British were coming. The poem tells of his journey he took that night warning everyone ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jaelynculliford - LibraryThing
The book is in a form of a poem from the night Paul Revere road into town to warn people that the British were coming. ITs a great way to retell the story about America's history. The poem is ... Read full review