The Boy in the Alamo #2020

The Boy in the Alamo Margaret Cousins The Boy in the Alamo The classic story of the siege of the Alamo as told for young readers Originally published in thousands of children each year enjoy this story from the unique point of view of twelve year old B

  • Title: The Boy in the Alamo
  • Author: Margaret Cousins
  • ISBN: 9780931722264
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Boy in the Alamo Margaret Cousins The classic story of the siege of the Alamo, as told for young readers Originally published in 1958, thousands of children each year enjoy this story from the unique point of view of twelve year old Billy Campbell.
    The Boy in the Alamo Margaret Cousins

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    1. This was the first book I read I was in the 4th grade during the Texas Sesquintinneal When I picked this book up my TV hours dropped and my first library card had to be replaced for excessive wear I learnes the power of books, and have loved them ever since.

    2. It is 1836, and twelve, going on thirteen, year old William Harkness Campbell, who is usually called Billy but wants to be known as Will, lives in Nacogdoches, TX, with his seventeen year old brother Buck and their Uncle Todd Hunter, a blacksmith, and Aunt Elvira Will and Buck s Mamma had died of consumption, and their Papa had been killed fighting the Comanches Against his uncle s wishes, Buck decides to go with Colonel Davy Crockett and his men, who are passing through Nacogdoches and stop at [...]

    3. Ever since Sarah Ellen Payne married another man, Billy s brother Buck has been plumb ornery He figures the only way to distract himself is to go adventuring, maybe do a little fighting So, when Colonel Crocket turns up at Uncle Todd s smithy with a contingent of volunteers, Buck doesn t stop for a thought He signs himself up and is bound for Bexar.Well, Billy ain t gonna be left behind even though Buck got mad as hops when he asked to come So, after Colonel Crockett and Buck leave, Billy sneaks [...]

    4. I read this at the request of my 3rd grader, who had it for a book report It seemed gory for a child to me, but any book on the Alamo is bound to be gory It sounded like it had authentic history in it My husband also read it after our child, and he calls it well written Our child says she learned a lot by it.

    5. It was what it was.a kid s perspective on what happened at the Alamo Which basically means that she tells the story of the Alamo but leaves most of the gore out of it The end.

    6. The Battle of the Alamo through the eyes of a boy I found this book very moving These men had guts, no doubt about it.

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