The Boy Who Saved the Town by Brenda Seabrooke
  

Synopsis

The Boy Who Saved the Town by Brenda Seabrooke

Barnaby Sharpe likes climbing treeshe is practicing to be a ships captain and will need to climb masts someday. One early evening during the War of 1812, he is sitting in a tall oak tree, hoping to be the first to catch sight of the British warships that are expected to bombard St. Michaels, Maryland. In an unusual turn of events, Barnabys tree climbing leads him to a brilliant idea to outwit the British. This story of a young boy who is smarter than the grown-ups is a great morale booster for children and a pleasure for them to share with their parents. Early readerages 5-8.

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Format

Hardback
28 pages

Author

Brenda Seabrooke
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Publication date

31st January 2010

ISBN

9780870334054


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