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Battle for a New Nation: Causes and Effects of the Revolutionary War
Battle for a New Nation: Causes and Effects of the Revolutionary War
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Battle for a New Nation: Causes and Effects of the Revolutionary War

The first gunshot of the Revolutionary War became "the shot heard round the world." But years of tension led up to that first battle. And the war would prove to have major consequences for both sides. Explore the causes and effects of the American Revolution—a war for a new nation. Meets Common Core standards for analyzing cause and effect relationships.

PublisherCapstone Press
Age Level8-14 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count48



School Library Connection - Melissa Thom, LMS, Bristow Middle School, West Hartford, CT

"In this interesting concept, called Connect, three nonfiction titles include primary source images, address some common myths about the war. . . .The fictional title is a valuable addition and places accurate historical facts into a well-written account of the siege of South Carolina in 1780. This would be a good addition to both Social Studies and Language Arts classrooms and could be used to meet Common Core Standards because it is a high-interest series." - School Library Connection

January 1, 2016

Kassandra Radomski

Kassandra Radomski

Kassandra (Kassi) Radomski is a freelance writer and editor. She writes articles and books for children on a variety of topics, but she especially enjoys digging into historical events and bringing them to life. Her books, Mr. Madison’s War: Causes and Effects of the War of 1812 and The Apollo 13 Mission: Core Events of a Crisis in Space were published in 2013. Kassi lives in Madison, Wisconsin with her family.

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