Rush Revere and the American Revolution: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans is the third and (currently) final book in Rush Limbaugh’s long-running series. In this installment, the events of the American Revolution are described in great detail, from the Boston Massacre to the Battle of Bunker Hill. (Of course, we have a plot and other storytelling devices to prevent this from becoming a monotonous, boring book.) And the crazy thing is, it’s almost as if you’ve been there!
I like this book because not only does it expand even more on the original cast, introducing a few new characters, but it also adds greatly to the plot. Of course, it isn’t without its faults (read: typos), but it’s still a great choice for kids who struggle with history because it’s “just too boring.”
Overall: Despite its shortcomings, this book still stands out among in the crowd of boring history books.
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