Surge Revere and the Star-Spangled BannerIT'S THE DAWN OF AN IMPORTANT NEW DAY IN AMERICA. Youthful READERS, GRAB THE REINS AND JOIN RUSH REVERE, LIBERTY THE HORSE, AND THE WHOLE TIME-TRAVELING CREW IN THIS PATRIOTIC HISTORICAL ADVENTURE THAT TAKES YOU ON AN EXCITING TRIP TO THE PAST TO SEE OUR REMARKABLE NATION'S MOST ICONIC SYMBOLS UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL! Rush Revere And The Star Spangled Banner.
"Surge Revere here, alongside my garrulous steed, Liberty! Hold up a moment . . . Freedom? Where did he go?"
"Revealing for obligation, Captain Revere!"
"Freedom, where did you get that spinach smoothie?"
All things considered, he surely didn't get it from 1787—that is the place we're surge, surge, hurrying off to next with our excited youthful companions in the Time-Traveling Crew (yet not before causing a noteworthy security occurrence at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.!) An interesting instance of mixed up personality and a wild pursue through the bustling avenues of Philadelphia will lead us to the broadly contemplative Father of our Constitution, James Madison, and the warmed mystery banters over the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Quick forward a couple of years, and we'll support his courageous spouse, Dolley, chance her life to spare a significant representation from the White House as the British set Washington burning!
What more prominent image of our uncommon country's hard-won opportunities than the Star-Spangled Banner, sewn by American symbol Betsy Ross? Maybe Francis Scott Key can disclose what motivated him to pay tribute to our wonderful banner by composing our lovely national song of devotion. Be that as it may, keep an eye out for the bombs rushing in air, since when we arrive at 1814, we'll be up front at a noteworthy fight to shield our freedom. Rush Revere And The Star Spangled Banner.
Bounce ready for action with me, Rush Revere, and the Time-Traveling Crew, as my trusty pony, Liberty, takes us on another flying jump through American history into a past overflowing with legends and phenomenal residents who have such a great amount to show us enthusiasm. All you have to bring is your interest about the introduction of our majority rules system—I have a lot of tricornered caps for everybody! (less)
- BOOK REVIEW
This book has been evaluated by Focus on the Family's marriage and child rearing magazine. It is the fourth book in "The Adventures of Rush Revere" arrangement.
- PLOT SUMMARY
History educator Rush Revere and his occasionally imperceptible talking horse, Liberty, can go into the past. They are frequently joined by a couple of Rush's young understudies, known as the Time-Traveling Crew. In this experience, Rush meets crewmember Tommy at the medical clinic where the kid is visiting his weak granddad.
Surge attempts to comfort the kid, and afterward asks him to go along on a field excursion to Washington, D.C. Cam, Freedom and Freedom's granddad, who thinks the children's time travel stories are the results of their minds, go along with them. Freedom covers up in the stuff compartment of their train.
Surge takes the gathering to different recorded locales in D.C., including the U.S. Legislative center, the National Archives and the Washington Monument. He shares certainties about archives, for example, the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights and makes a challenge to urge the children to find certain ancient rarities. Surge and the children irregularly get the ravenous, astute breaking Liberty out of scratches.
In the middle of their advanced visits to these tourist spots, Rush and the children travel back to 1787 by articulating the otherworldly expression surge, surge, hurrying into history. They meet James Madison in a bistro, and he welcomes them to supper.
Afterward, after hearing George Washington praise Rush excitedly, Madison welcomes them to be a piece of the top-mystery meeting of men who would like to frame an administration. At the same time, Rush clarifies the parts of government to the children. He discusses the significance of beneficial records like the Bill of Rights and clarifies why various states were inconsistent about how to make new laws.
Back in current occasions, they visit the White House and study its centrality and history. When they go to a ball game, Rush enlightens the children a touch of concerning the National Anthem. He and Tommy even sneak over into history to meet Francis Scott Key as he plans to compose the words to the Anthem. The children meet a self-taught young lady named Maddie and her mom who are on a history voyage through their own. The children guarantee to stay in contact with her after the excursion. They likewise keep running into a schoolmate named Elizabeth who is in Washington, D.C. for a cheerleading rivalry. She really likes Tommy yet is inconsiderate to every other person in the gathering. Rush Revere And The Star Spangled Banner.
After their experience, Rush takes Tommy back to the medical clinic to see his granddad. Granddad urges him never to overlook that he is so blessed to live in a nation established on the standards of opportunity and freedom.
- CHRISTIAN BELIEFS
Opportunity takes note of that the travelers originated from England so they could put stock in God without being halted. James Madison offers a quiet supplication before he eats a dinner. As the children watch the making of the U.S. government, Rush reveals to them they are seeing a wonder.
- OTHER BELIEF SYSTEMS
Opportunity can address Liberty utilizing clairvoyance.
- Expert ROLES
Surge Revere gladly and legitimately demonstrates the children significant authentic scenes and individuals. He's particularly kind and urging to Tommy, whose grandpa is in the medical clinic. The Founding Fathers seem to accept their position as government makers all around truly, really thinking about to the subtleties and enthusiastically imparting their insights. Maddie's mother has an occupation outside of the home and self-teaches. Opportunity's granddad goes with the children on their field trip. He plays alongside their time-travel stories, which he accepts are fanciful.
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