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Revolutionary War on Wednesday by Mary Pope…

Revolutionary War on Wednesday (edition 2000)

by Mary Pope Osborne

Series: Magic Tree House (22)

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Using their magic tree house, Jack and Annie travel back to the time of the American Revolution and help General George Washington during his famous crossing of the Delaware River.
Title:Revolutionary War on Wednesday
Authors:Mary Pope Osborne
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Revolutionary War on Wednesday by Mary Pope Osborne

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    George Washington's Socks (Time Travel Adventure) by Elvira Woodruff (benuathanasia)
    benuathanasia: Similar concepts: Modern children being magically transported back in time to the Revolutionary War to perceive it first-hand. Both are good for low-level readers and younger children.

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I would use book 22 about the Revolutionary War in a fourth or fifth-grade social studies class as a class read-aloud book. Mary Pope Osborne does a wonderful job of creating a fantasy time machine where Jack and Annie are able to explore historical moments while teaching the readers about the said historical events. This book in particular is about the Revolutionary War where George Washington travels across the Delaware River on Christmas. Jack and Annie are there to originally help their friend Morgan solve a riddle but end up motivating George Washington to continue fighting for the futures of American children. The Magic Tree House series is excellent for younger grade students who aren't able to sit through a textbook lecture just yet. ( )
  Ariel_Amador | Nov 18, 2020 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I like this book because it really brings history to life in a fun and vibrant way. I think that it would be a great book to read as a class because it is exciting enough to grasp attention. I think students will enjoy it because of the fact that the children are doing the discovering. I have read a lot of the Magic Tree House series and they never disappoint. ( )
  KatelynDawn | Apr 6, 2020 |
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Using their magic tree house, Jack and Annie travel back to the time of the American Revolution and help General George Washington during his famous crossing of the Delaware River.

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