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Rush Revere and the First Patriots is book two in this series. It features Rush and Liberty travelling back in time to the days leading up to the American Revolution. The reader can feel the tension mounting in Boston as the Americans are becoming fed up with the unfair rules that King George III is trying to force up on them. The time travelling becomes more complicated when Rush has a student that is trying to interfere with his methods of teaching. Lucky for us Rush and Liberty have other students on their side to help them so we get to meet Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, and even King George III, himself. This book has the reader on the edge of their seat as they cheer on the Patriots.
Rush Revere and the American Revolution is book three in this series. As you can guess from the title, it features Rush and Liberty travelling back in time to the American Revolution. This helps Rush teach his Honors History students about the true meaning of freedom. How could it not when in this story we get to meet George Washington, Dr. Joseph Warren, and Paul Revere. This exciting story not only features the American Revolution, but helps us understand more of what modern day children feel when their parents are deployed for the military like Cam's dad was. This is also a story of courage, bravery, and making good decisions since this is what we see for all the characters in the book.
Rush Revere and the Star-Spangled Banner is book four in this series. In this book Rush and Liberty take their students on a field trip to Washington D.C. where they get to see all the important historical sites. The students learn more about the American government when they visit the streets of Philadelphia that played such an important role in our nations history. In this book they get to meet important historical figures like Francis Scott Key, Dolley Madison, and George Mason. This book is filled with a lot of emotion, excitement, and action as the students learn a lot of history.
Rush Revere and the Presidency is book five in this series. In this book Rush and Liberty teach their students all about elections, from a modern day student-body presidential election to the first elections in our nation's history. Rush and Liberty get help teaching the students about elections from George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams. We learn a lot about the decisions George Washington had to make as he was our first president. We even get to hear from the wives of these three presidents and we learn how they helped their husbands. This book really helps explain the role of a president, the process of elections, and how government works while being an action packed adventure.
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