Sam the Minuteman
"Get your gun!" Sam's father said. "The British soldiers are coming this way!" Sam's father was a Minuteman. Sam was ready in a minute.
Father and son rushed to the village green. Other Minutemen were already there. Through the long night they waited and waited. Then, at dawn, the soldiers came!
In this exciting I Can Read Book, Nathaniel Benchly recreates what it must have been like for a young boy to fight in the Battle of Lexington. Arnold Lobel's vivid pictures give a poignant reality to the famous battle that marked the beginning of the American Revolution.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ElizabethNickell - LibraryThing
Summary: Sam the Minuteman is the story of a boy living at the start of the Revolutionary War. The minutemen in town are called to arms, so he grabs a rifle and goes with his father to attempt to stop ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mstuhan - LibraryThing
American Revolution, Thematic Unit, Literature Circle Book - Given it is an Early/Easy or even remedial reader, the simple look issues versus a more in depth examination is probably very appropriate ... Read full review