Stonewall Hinkleman And The Battle Of Bull Run by Tom AnglebergerStonewall Hinkleman And The Battle Of Bull Run by Tom Angleberger

Stonewall Hinkleman And The Battle Of Bull Run

byTom Angleberger, Michael Hemphill

Paperback | May 15, 2014

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An exciting historical adventure, co-written by the New York Times bestselling author of the Origami Yoda series!

 Stonewall Hinkleman (yup, that's his real name) hates participating in historical reenactments with his Civil War-obsessed parents. Who wants to pretend to fight in some old war anyway? But one day, Stonewall finds himself transported back in time to the actual Battle of Bull Run—and he's not alone! Mr. Dupree, an ardent Confederate from Stonewall's time, has also traveled back in order to change the outcome of the whole Civil War. Stonewall needs to use all of his knowledge of the battle to stop Dupree and save the course of American history as we know it.
 Tom Angleberger ( and Michael Hemphill ( met when they were both reporters for the same newspaper. Michael kept trying to use his news story about a Virginia battle flag controversy as the basis for a story for grown-ups, but Tom saw it as the perfect setting for a smart aleck teenager. S...
Title:Stonewall Hinkleman And The Battle Of Bull RunFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 7.75 × 5.08 × 0.51 inPublished:May 15, 2014Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0147511828

ISBN - 13:9780147511829


Editorial Reviews

Praise for Stonewall Hinkleman! “Stonewall’s wry first-person narrative will appeal to readers from the start: if his resentful rant against his parents doesn’t draw laughs, his amusing spin on hallowed family history surely will. . . . This engaging novel offers a fresh approach to Civil War fiction.”—Booklist “Stonewall is a likable character whose attitude changes for the better in the story. . . . A good choice for historical fiction fans.—School Library Journal “Combining imaginary and real people and places is successful and gives readers detailed insight.”—Library Media Connection