Books tagged: battle of trenton

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Ghost of the Fox
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 4,270. Language: English. Published: December 28, 2010 by Fideli Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction, Fiction » Children’s books » Entertainment
(Age Level – 8-11) – What an exciting way to be introduced to George Washington. This story is about the great victory attained by the brave men of the American Continental Army at the “Battle of Trenton.” The first part is historical nonfiction, continuing into the second half of the story in fiction-occurring more than 200 years later. This This is a must read for children of all ages.
The Man Who Saved the American Revolution
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 23,800. Language: English. Published: September 12, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
A little known American Revolutionary War general saved the rebel cause not once, but three times. General John Glover and his Marblehead mariners predate the U.S. Marines, and these soldier-sailors saved General Washington from certain defeat on Long Island, Pell's Point and Trenton. Glover sacrificed family and fortune to the Revolution.
Liberty
Price: Free! Words: 19,590. Language: English. Published: December 27, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » History » War
Presents “the making of a hero least likely,” when George Washington, in the final months of 1776, leads the bedraggled Continental Army. They are chased out of New York, down New Jersey, vomited half-naked on the Pennsylvania bank of the Delaware, then finally turn, charge...and become America. A full-length play first performed in New York, 1978.
The General's Christmas
Price: $2.95 USD. Words: 21,170. Language: English. Published: November 21, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
General George Washington's new Continental Army has suffered a series of defeats against the British. The enlistments of many troops are due to expire at the end of the month. Without tents, enough food, warm clothing, or pay, Washington fears that men will abandon his army as winter closes in. On Christmas Eve of 1776, Washington decides to make a bold move against the enemy across the Delaware.