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e-Book The First Shot download

e-Book The First Shot download

by Stanley Harris

ISBN: 0615268838
ISBN13: 978-0615268835
Language: English
Publisher: Critical Choices (February 20, 2009)
Pages: 156
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subategory: For Kids

ePub size: 1729 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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In The First Shot, eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the Battle of Lexington in 1775 after being .

In The First Shot, eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the Battle of Lexington in 1775 after being visited by Ben Sampson.

In The First Shot, eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the. In The First Shot, eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the Battle of Lexington in 1775 after being visited by Ben Sampson, who lives in 1775 and mysteriously appears in the Miller home in Lexington. The two boys participate in the events of an eleven-hour period of great anxiety and turmoil before and during the Battle.

Eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the Battle of Lexington in 1775 after being visited by Ben Sampson, who lives in 1775 and mysteriously appears in the Miller home in Lexington.

Information about the book, One Shot Harris: The Photographs of Charles. His work, collected in this book for the first time, offers a rare look into the African-American community from the 1930s to the 1970s, during and after the civil rights movement. Whether backstage with Dizzy Gillespie and Lena Horne, in the dugout with Josh Gibson and Satchel Paige, or on the streets of Pittsburgh’s Hill District, Harris skillfully and enthusiastically documented his beloved community.

Stanley Shute Harris (19 July 1881 – 4 May 1926) was an English footballer who represented and captained the England national football team. He also played first-class cricket for various clubs, appearing in a total of 16 first-class matches. Stanley Harris was the son of Charles Alexander Harris. He was educated at Westminster School and Pembroke College, Cambridge.

In The First Shot, eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the Battle of Lexington in 1775 after being visited by Ben Sampson, who lives in 1775 and mysteriously appears in the Miller home in Lexington.

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Harris is a former United States federal judge. Born in Washington, District of Columbia, Harris was the son of Hall of Fame manager Bucky Harris of the Washington Senators. University of Virginia School of Law. University of Virginia. He was in the United States Army in the aftermath of World World War II, from 1945 to 1947. He received a Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Virginia in 1951 and an Bachelor of Laws from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1953.

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In The First Shot, eleven-year-old Charles Miller goes back in time to the Battle of Lexington in 1775 after being visited by Ben Sampson, who lives in 1775 and mysteriously appears in the Miller home in Lexington. The two boys participate in the events of an eleven-hour period of great anxiety and turmoil before and during the Battle. As they wait for the confrontation with the British that will begin the American Revolution, Charles knows much of what will happen, but is bound by the Time Travel Paradox not to do anything that will change recorded history. Even so, a mistake in the way he is dressed nearly causes his true identity to be uncovered, with potentially disastrous consequences. Charles meets Ben's father, who is a Minuteman, his sister Emmy, and John Hancock, Sam Adams and Captain John Parker, all of whom he sees as real people rather than the larger-than-life characters of history books. The youngsters are also witnesses to Paul Revere's warning to the Minutemen that the Redcoats are on the march. As the Minutemen and the British soldiers face each other on Lexington Commons and the British commander calls upon the Americans to throw down their arms, a single shot is fired. The Redcoats open fire on the Minutemen, beginning the Battle and the war that will end with the creation of the United States of America. Who fired that first shot is one of the great mysteries of American history - a mystery that is solved by Charles Miller.
Comments:
Connorise
My son and I used this book to study the start of the revolution. I was a great jumping off point for discussions and related research into the time period. Learning should be fun, and this book helped us to keep it that way. I home school my children, but I can see this book used in the classroom to help keep kids interested, and provide another perspective on the birth of our nation

Vareyma
This is a good historical fiction book which incorporates the "shot heard 'round the world" of the Revolutionary War with time travel. I think it would get kids interested in learning more about the Revolution. They learn about historical figures such as Patrick Henry, Paul Revere, William Dawes, Dr. Joseph Warren, etc.

Thohelm
I love it! I keep reading it over and over! I like it because it is very exciting and long! thank you for writing it Stanley Harris!

Doath
My daughter loved this book because it tells about the Revolutionary War and included time travel and it was extremely imaginative.

Morad
I haven't really read the book yet, but my children did say they liked it. I would recommend it for anyone. :)

Lestony
I liked it a lot was fun to read I couldn't put it down.I would even read it to my brother.

Berkohi
I love time travel and I love learning about the Revolutionary war, so this was the perfect combination of both. I love the characters and the plot is awesome. This is such a good book! It is fun to read, while still being really informative about the battle. The author is great, and I really want him to write a sequal! Read this book!! :)

My seven year old son said the book is "kind of good." For a book that is "kind of good", I'm surprised at how many questions I'm getting about the Battle of Lexington. He was disappointed the book didn't cover the entire battle, so I'm on here looking for more books by this author.
Now I need to convince him that he doesn't need to build a musket. Highly Recommended!

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