For Christmas, Uncle Jon and Aunt Lisa gave me "Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims."
Once I began reading, I simply could not put it down. It is about a twenty-first century history teacher named Rush Revere, and an always-hungry horse named Liberty.
Liberty can create time portals, turn invisible, and talk. One day two students discover Liberty's amazing capabilities. Together, the students travel with Rush and Liberty to the year 1620, and experience history from a fresh perspective. As they gallop through history, the students discover the Pilgrim's courage, perserverance, and faith in God.
Salted with wisdom and peppered with humor, this book is definitely one I will be reading again soon! Even though the story is directed toward young people, I did not think it was juvenile. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
1/14/2014 11:04:07 am
Wow! So glad you liked it Katie! I haven't read it yet but I wanted to. After reading your review - I can't wait to read it! Miss you - give a hug to Wesley for us… Love, Aunt Lisa
1/14/2014 11:12:14 am
Great review Katie! I think I may have to get this book for Lily now! :)
1/14/2014 03:09:26 pm
This is a great book review! Sounds like a fun read. Your descriptive writing about it was very good. Another book I think you'd really like is called "George Washington's Socks"by Elvira Woodruff. Your library would probably have it or transfer it in. We can't wait to come to the USA this summer so we can get stacks and stacks of books in English to read! :)
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