Rush Revere and the First Patriots: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans is the second installment in Rush Limbaugh’s three-book series of Rush Revere books. (If you don’t know who Rush Limbaugh is, or you’re wondering just what the heck this book is, click here to go to my other Rush Revere book review.) In this second installment, Rush Revere and Liberty go back in time to a little before the American Revolution, and we get to learn about our founding fathers, like John Adams and Benjamin Franklin, and also the events of the American Revolution, like the Boston Tea Party. What could be better?
(Well, I don’t know. Don’t ask me.)
I think the book is a great follow-up to the original, and also brings with it the same goal; entertaining children. With history. (Of course, it’s got a neat storyline and great characters to boost the entertainment factor.) Also, you may not know who these characters are unless you read the first book. But nonetheless, it’s still a great pick for parents who know their children need help but don’t know how to give it.
Overall: Despite its typos (which it has quite a few of, including one that’s basically the same error from book one), it’s still a solid read for all sorts of people.
Thanks for reading!