Mr. Lincoln's Drummer by G. Clifton Wisler

Mr. Lincoln's Drummer

byG. Clifton Wisler

Paperback | June 1, 1997

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Willie might be too young to be a fighter, but he's brave enough to be a drummer.

Ten-year-old Willie Johnston is too young to be a soldier in Mr. Lincoln's army. So he joins as a drummer boy, instead. Part of Willie's job is rousing the troops in the morning with his drum—the other part is being the last to retreat in battles. In this true story, Willie shows he's brave enough to keep beating his drum, but will he be lucky enough to survive the war?

"Scrupulously researched and overflowing with evocative detail . . . Willie's tale is authentic and engaging."—Kirkus Reviews

About The Author

G. Clifton Wisler is the author of more than sixty-three books, many of them historical fiction for young adults. His ability to bring history alive in accessible and engaging ways make him a popular author for young readers.Mr. Wisler lives in Plano, Texas, where he continues to work on his doctoral dissertation on the history of the...
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Title:Mr. Lincoln's DrummerFormat:PaperbackPublished:June 1, 1997Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140385428

ISBN - 13:9780140385427

Appropriate for ages: 10 - 14

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The fascinating, true story of ten-year-old Willie Johnston who, for his courage as a drummer in the Union Army during the Civil War, was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. "Scrupulously researched and overflowing with evocative detail . . . authentic and engaging".--"Kirkus Reviews"