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Early Thunder

byJean Fritz

Paperback | October 1, 1987

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From Newbery Honor-winning author Jean Fritz comes, "The most alive story of the American Revolution that has appeared in many years." —The Horn Book

In pre-revolutionary Salem, fourteen-year-old Daniel begins to re-examine his loyalty to the King as the conflict between Tories and patriots increasingly divides the townspeople.

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Acclaimed biographer, Jean Fritz, was born in China to American missionaries on November 16, 1915. Living there until she was almost thirteen sparked a lifelong interest in American history.  She wrote about her childhood in China in Homesick, My Own Story, a Newbery Honor Book and winner of the National Book Award.      Ms. Fritz was ...
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Title:Early ThunderFormat:PaperbackPublished:October 1, 1987Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140322590

ISBN - 13:9780140322590

Appropriate for ages: 12 - 17

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Events rapidly transpiring in Salem, Massachusetts in 1774-1775 force 14-year-old Daniel West to re-examine his loyalties, and finally, to change from Tory to Whig".--School Library Journal 15 black-and-white halftone illustrations

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"The most alive story of the American Revolution that has appeared in many years." --The Horn Book