Presidents of the United States Books for Kids

George Washington, Spymaster: How The Americans Outspied The British And Won The Revolutionary War

George Washington

National Geographic Children's Books


ISBN: 0792251261
Author: Thomas B. Allen

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A biography of Revolutionary War general and first President of the United States, George Washington, focusing on his use of spies to gather intelligence that helped the colonies win the war.
The author is Thomas B. Allen and the publisher is National Geographic Children's Books. The book was available on bookshelves on the 1st of January, 2004. Should you be within the library you can more than likely search for it with the DDC, E312.66.A46 2004. The children's book is 192 pages long and it incorporates a variety of black and white drawings. I would like you to get the best price when you buy a book for your children!

Now in paperback— the award-winning National Geographic book that presents the untold story from the invisible war behind the American Revolution. Follow the action as 1775 dawns, and Washington finds himself in serious trouble. Meet the chief of covert operations, one Benjamin Franklin, and quite a few other surprising players in America's secret war. Like the very acclaimed hardback, this tiny paperback is sure to have a big impact on the imagination of readers everywhere. The Americans' only hope is to wage an invisible war— a war of spies, intelligence networks, and deception. Author Thomas B. Allen has sifted by way of dozens of historical documents and coded letters to uncover the facts about a time shrouded in secrets. Meet members from the elusive Culper Ring, uncover a"mole"inside the Sons of Liberty, and see how invisible ink as well as a clothesline are employed to send secret messages. Enter the shadowy world of double agents, covert operations, codes and ciphers— a world so secret that America's spymaster himself doesn't know the identities of some of his agents. At war with Britain, the world's most efficient empire, his ragtag army possesses only a handful of muskets, some cannons, and no money. Archival art, coupled with lively pen-and-ink sketches by children's illustrator Cheryl Harness, detail all the action and adventure of this momentous tale. The compelling narrative reveals the surprising function played by the 1st commander-in-chief, General George Washington inside the War of Independence. Experience at close quarters the successes and failures from the Americans as they strive to outwit the British. A riveting tale of intrigue, spies, counterspies and secret agents, George Washington, Spymasteris a exclusive and entertaining account of among basically the most crucial chapters in our nation's history. From the Trade Paperback edition. You can even use Washington's personal secret codebook, published here for the really first time.



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