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on December 29, 2012
I read this non-fiction book aloud to my children.

What a fun way to learn history! This book was hilarious!! I am so impressed with the content, and it gives kids a real feel for what life was like back in this time period.

We learned about the events leading up to why the Boston Tea Party took place and how London responded when the news of the tea party reached Britain.

We loved this book so much that I have bought nearly every book in this series. This is a great addition to your American history studies!
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on August 9, 2011
This is an entertaining look at the Boston Tea Party, full of cartoonish illustrations that will engage young readers. We use this more as just fun than for any serious educational purpose. I have a son who likes to draw, and he likes to imitate the illustration style of these "you wouldn't want to be..." books.
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This book is a part of the You Wouldn't Want to Be series of children’s books, created by Salariya Book Company. Like all of the books in this series, this one has lots of brightly colored illustration and gobs of great, off-beat humor. The book presents the story of George Robert Twelves Hewes, a Bostonian fed up with the British and their oppression of the American colonies.

This is a fun and funny book, one that is very informative on the American Revolution and the events leading up to it, and yet is a real joy to read. So, if you have an older child or young adult who wants to read a definitely not-dry book on the American Revolution, then steer him or her to You Wouldn't Want to Be at the Boston Tea Party!...they’ll thank you later!
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on February 13, 2012
This is a wonderful add-on to any elementary course on the buildup to the Revolutionary War. My kids love having this book read to them, and they love learning about how things actually were back in the 1700s.
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on October 12, 2015
Fun & interesting facts that I can't find in a textbook my, my students love to read these & laugh at the pictures!
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on June 27, 2015
A fun read for the students to learn about the "fun" facts of this point in history.
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on January 11, 2015
This series of books is fantastic. A fun, yet realistic, view of a historical time period.
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on June 30, 2014
Excellent
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on July 31, 2015
Media center specialist requested this book.
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on August 22, 2015
The entire series of these books are great.
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