Mr. Revere And I: Being An Account Of Certain Episodes In The Career Of Paul Revere,esq. As Revealed By His Horse by Robert LawsonMr. Revere And I: Being An Account Of Certain Episodes In The Career Of Paul Revere,esq. As Revealed By His Horse by Robert Lawson

Mr. Revere And I: Being An Account Of Certain Episodes In The Career Of Paul Revere,esq. As…

byRobert Lawson

Paperback | October 3, 1988

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Paul Revere didn't make his famous midnight ride alone. Meet a patriot unlike any other: Scheherazade, the mare who doesn't mind mentioning she was once the fastest and most admired horse in the King's army. But on arrival in America, "Sherry" is quickly let down by her British rider and recruited by Sam Adams to join the Sons of Liberty. Before long, she finds herself teamed with Raul Revere to play a key-if unnoticed-role in the American Revolution. Full of wit and wisdom, this beloved classic presents an unforgettable view to the birth of a nation-straight from the horse's mouth!

Explore this historical time period even further in this new edition of award-winning author Robert Lawson's classic tale, with additional bonus material, including a map of Paul Revere's ride!
Robert Lawson (1892-1957) is one of the greatest names in children's literature. He is the author and illustrator of such classics as Ben and Me, Mr. Revere and I, Mr. Popper's Penguins, and I Discover Columbus. His last completed work was The Big Wheel.
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Title:Mr. Revere And I: Being An Account Of Certain Episodes In The Career Of Paul Revere,esq. As…Format:PaperbackDimensions:152 pages, 7.65 × 5.25 × 0.5 inPublished:October 3, 1988Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316517291

ISBN - 13:9780316517294

Appropriate for ages: 8

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An account of the life of the Revere family and the activities of the Sons of Liberty as told from the point of view of Paul Revere's horse