These selections can be read by approximately third- sixth grade. However, younger and older kids may enjoy listening or reading them as well. I have always found my younger kids love to hear the stories too.
Frank Webster Adventure E- book
The Dare family are Patriots living in Philadelphia in 1776. The father is captured by the British and his sons make it their job to find and rescue him as well as helping Gen. Washington`s army in any way they can.
The Forest of Swords, while an independent story, is based upon the World War, continues the fortunes of John Scott, Phillip Lannes, and their friends who have appeared in "The Guns of Europe".
This is a story of the great war trail in early Kentucky.
"The Great Sioux Trail" is the first of a group of books concerning the opening of the Great West just after the Civil War, and having a solid historical basis. E-Book
Full of adventure and so informative of what it was like to be in the army.
This is the story of Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain boys and their astounding capture of Fort Ticonderoga.
Your kids will be sure to love this true adventure story of one of the heroes of the Revolutionary War- John Paul Jones!
This is the actual journal of Lewis and Clark from 1804-1806.
This is told by Kit Carson himself. What a way to learn about what it was like to be a mountain man.
You'll love this one!
George Washington's authorized biography using his writings!
"The Lords of the Wild" tells a complete story,but it is also a part of the French and Indian War series
The Author is one of the survivors!!
by Joseph Altshelor
"The Scarlet Pimpernel" is considered one of the greatest adventure novels of all time.
The Siege of Boston