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The Untold Story of Henry Knox: The Man Who Saved Boston
The Untold Story of Henry Knox: The Man Who Saved Boston
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The Untold Story of Henry Knox: The Man Who Saved Boston

When supplies were running low, Knox led a group of men through treacherous conditions to retrieve weapons and ammunition for the Colonial Army. His brave actions brought about a much-needed victory for the Patriots and saved the city of Boston from destruction. In doing so, Knox played a significant role in saving the American cause. Henry Knox's mission to save Boston from the British makes an unforgettable story, yet it's unfamiliar to many people.

Reading LevelGrades 4-8
Interest LevelGrades 5-9
Lexile Level1080L
ATOS Level6.9
AR Points1
AR Quiz #504797
PublisherCompass Point Books
Page Count64
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price



School Library Connection - Ellen Spring, School Librarian, RSU#13 Schools, ME

"This series chronicles lesser-known events of the Revolutionary War. . . .The content is fascinating and the fact that a topic that is the main emphasis in one book is mentioned in other volumes in the series will cause readers to feel the connections." - School Library Connection

January 1, 2016

Danny Kravitz

Danny Kravitz

Danny Kravitz is an Emmy award-winning writer, songwriter, and a professor of screenwriting at Columbia College in Chicago. He has written for TV, film, and print media. A lover of history and the stories contained within, Danny combines his passion for storytelling with the amazing facts of the past. He is also a sports and nature enthusiast. He resides in Chicago, Illinois.

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