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What the community says about Johnny Tremain
- "Johnny Tremain is a book by Esther Forbes. It is available from Amazon for $7.99 for a paperback. The story centers on Johnny who is an apprentice silversmith in 1775 Boston. It is a good story that I read when I was in school many years ago. I found the book to be very interesting and well worth the read. Pick this up and let your kid read it. It fits the topic extremely well."
- "I did not feel that this was a classic christian book. I felt more it was a historical type book for kids. It tells the story of a young apprentice in 1775 Boston who becomes a spy in the American Revolution. This is a great children's book full of life lessons. It is well written and interesting."
- "This book is great for ages 11 and up. I homeschool, so I'm always on the lookout for well written, interesting, historically accurate books for my children. This is a good choice for the American Revolution time frame. This is fiction, but it helps you envision life during that time frame. A good choice for middle school ages. "
- "My son fell in love with this book the first day he got it. I'm happy I picked it up for him because it seems to be a great novel set in the period of the Revolutionary War. So not only is he getting entertained by reading, he's also learning a bit of history along the way. That sounds like a win-win to me!"