''This compelling book's refusal to romanticize the Revolutionary War makes a powerful statement about the failings of both sides, and by extension, the failings of all wars.'' --Children's Literature
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Not to good and not much action. Some parts were boring other were alright. It was a little interesting. OkPublished 7 days ago by Hector
One of my childhood favorites. Read in 1974 and an excellent novel to understand the tragedy war.Published 9 days ago by Meemie
My Brother Sam is Dead was my introduction to the Collier brothers and their well researched and equally well written Historical Fiction novels for children. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Liat2768
I was required to read this in my 8th grade Language Arts class. Really Great Book. It was exiting when he threw Sam his bayonet, but it doesn't really talk about what happens... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nick
A great book to teach fifth grade students about the Revolutionary War.Published 2 months ago by Anna Velasco
amazing book i loved reading it so much history and interesting factsPublished 3 months ago by Brittany