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RUSH REVERE

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Jared Weisgerber

on 13 February 2014

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Transcript of RUSH REVERE

RUSH REVERE
AND THE
BRAVE PILGRIMS
THE END
Report by :
Jared Weisgerber
Main Characters
The main characters include:
Rush Revere
Tommy
Freedom
Liberty (time traveling horse)
Squanto
William Bradford
Myles Standish
Elder William Brewster
Somoset
Principal Sherman
Are There More Books?
Rush Revere
Tommy
Freedom
About The Author
The Journey
Rush Limbaugh is host of the

Rush Limbaugh Show
-the nation's highest-rated talk-radio program, with an audience of more than 20 million - and a #1
New York Times
bestselling author.
Rush Revere is a substitute history teacher with a time-traveling, talking horse, named Liberty. They travel back in time to meet people, visit places, experience life, and see events that have happened in American history. He uses this information to make history come alive for his students.
Tommy is a student in the honors history class at Manchester Middle School. He is a sporty-type, however he is kind of an undercover geek.
Freedom is a girl in Tommy's class with a special gift. She can communicate with mammals. She has midnight-black hair, and wears holey jeans and sweatshirts. She is quiet and timid.
The journey of the Pilgrims, or Puritans, across the Atlantic Sea was very rough and full of sickness. When they finally reached land life was even harder because of the cold weather. The next year, they met an Indian, or Native American, named Somoset. He said that he was sent by Massasoit to befriend the Englishmen. Five days later, he returned with an Indian named Squanto. Squanto taught the Englishmen how to plant corn, and other crops.
Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims
is Rush Limbaugh's first children's book. The second book in this series,
Rush Revere and the First Patriots
is currently available for pre-ordering. Rush Limbaugh has written many other books for adults.
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