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Mr. Revere and I
Mr Revere and I
Author: Robert Lawson
No haughtier stepper in the regiment than Scheherazade, no loftier champion of royalty and privilege. naturally, the fall of this mare was equally great, even to the glue factory; and still more remarkable was the transformation which took place slowly but surely after Sam Adams talked her out of the glue cart into the home of a patriot, and soo...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780316517294
ISBN-10: 0316517291
Publication Date: 10/3/1988
Pages: 152
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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indymom avatar reviewed Mr. Revere and I on + 5 more book reviews
We enjoyed reading about this historical event from the perspective of the horse!
reviewed Mr. Revere and I on + 100 more book reviews
deservedly a classic!
lillinda avatar reviewed Mr. Revere and I on + 175 more book reviews
This is the story of Mr Revere's horse, told in her own words. An interesting point of view. She came to America as a British officer's horse and wound up on the rebel's side.
reviewed Mr. Revere and I on + 92 more book reviews
A great way to introduce American colonial history to young adults, especially with Robert Lawton's (of Ferdinand the Bull and Rabbit Hill fame)pen and ink drawings.
mannsb avatar reviewed Mr. Revere and I on + 134 more book reviews
When I taught school, this was often a required book on the reading list. It's considered a classic by many.


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