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The Rebellious Colonists and the Causes of the American Revolution
The Rebellious Colonists and the Causes of the American Revolution
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The Rebellious Colonists and the Causes of the American Revolution

The 13 American Colonies had many reasons to begin the Revolutionary War. From the Boston Tea Party to the Intolerable Acts, they felt it was time for independence. Read more about the conflict between the colonists and Great Britain and the events that led up to the American Revolution.

Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
Lexile Level780L
ATOS Level5.5
AR Points1
AR Quiz #152550
Early Intervention Level26
Text TypeInformational Text
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandFact Finders
Page Dimensions7 3/4" x 8 3/4"
Page Count32
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SWON Library Consortium, Ohio - Paula M. Geglein, Clermont County Public Library

"...does a good job of outlining in a clear way the key events that led up to the Revolutionary War - beginning with the tensions left over from the French and Indian Wars and ending with the the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre. Broken down into five easy to follow chapters, it is an engaging and informative introduction to the Revolutionary War. . . .this is a fresh take on a well-covered topic and would be a welcome addition to the 900s." - SWON Library Consortium, Ohio

January 23, 2013

Christopher Forest

Christopher Forest

Chris lives in Danvers, Massachusetts, in the neighborhood where the Salem Witch Trials occurred. He lives there with his wife, daughter, son, and two cats, Molly and Murray, and enjoys spending time with his family. When Chris is not writing, he is busy teaching middle school students in Natick, Massachusetts, reading, playing guitar, or learning more about his favorite subject, American history.

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