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The Notorious Benedict Arnold : A True Story of Adventure, Heroism & Treachery - Steve Sheinkin

The Notorious Benedict Arnold

A True Story of Adventure, Heroism & Treachery

Hardcover Published: 9th November 2010
ISBN: 9781596434868
Number Of Pages: 337
For Ages: 12 - 14 years old

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Most people know that Benedict Arnold was America’s first, most notorious traitor. Few know that he was also one of its greatest war heroes. This accessible biography introduces young readers to the real Arnold: reckless, heroic, and driven. Packed with first-person accounts, astonishing battle scenes, and surprising twists, this is a gripping and true adventure tale.

The Notorious Benedict Arnold is the winner of the 2011 Boston Globe - Horn Book Award for Nonfiction.

"Sheinkin sees Arnold as America's 'original action hero' and succeeds in writing a brilliant, fast-paced biography that reads like an adventure novel...The author's obvious mastery of his material, lively prose and abundant use of eyewitness accounts make this one of the most exciting biographies young readers will find." --STARRED, Kirkus Reviews

"American history is brought to life in this engaging story of revolution and treason... The Notorious Benedict Arnold is likely to make readers want to learn more about the American Revolution and its players, great and small." --STARRED, School Library Journal

"Several complex political, social, and military themes emerge, one of the most prominent being that within the Continental army, often simplistically depicted as single-minded patriots, beat hearts scheming with political machinations that are completely familiar today...Arnold's inexorable clash with Gates and his decision to turn traitor both chill and compel." --STARRED, Horn Book Magazine

"History junkies are in for a treat when they pick up this lively, highly readable biography of the U.S.' most vilified traitor...A worthy addition to all libraries." --Booklist Sheinkin sees Arnold as America's 'original action hero' and succeeds in writing a brilliant, fast-paced biography that reads like an adventure novel The author's obvious mastery of his material, lively prose and abundant use of eyewitness accounts make this one of the most exciting biographies young readers will find. STARRED, Kirkus Reviews

American history is brought to life in this engaging story of revolution and treason The Notorious Benedict Arnold is likely to make readers want to learn more about the American Revolution and its players, great and small. STARRED, School Library Journal

Several complex political, social, and military themes emerge, one of the most prominent being that within the Continental army, often simplistically depicted as single-minded patriots, beat hearts scheming with political machinations that are completely familiar today Arnold's inexorable clash with Gates and his decision to turn traitor both chill and compel. STARRED, Horn Book Magazine

History junkies are in for a treat when they pick up this lively, highly readable biography of the U.S.' most vilified traitor A worthy addition to all libraries. Booklist

" Sheinkin sees Arnold as America's 'original action hero' and succeeds in writing a brilliant, fast-paced biography that reads like an adventure novel The author's obvious mastery of his material, lively prose and abundant use of eyewitness accounts make this one of the most exciting biographies young readers will find. "STARRED, Kirkus Reviews"

American history is brought to life in this engaging story of revolution and treason "The Notorious Benedict Arnold" is likely to make readers want to learn more about the American Revolution and its players, great and small. "STARRED, School Library Journal"

Several complex political, social, and military themes emerge, one of the most prominent being that within the Continental army, often simplistically depicted as single-minded patriots, beat hearts scheming with political machinations that are completely familiar today Arnold's inexorable clash with Gates and his decision to turn traitor both chill and compel. "STARRED, Horn Book Magazine"

History junkies are in for a treat when they pick up this lively, highly readable biography of the U.S.' most vilified traitor A worthy addition to all libraries. "Booklist"" "Horn Book Magazine" Fanfare List, Best of 2010

"School Library Journal," Best Children's Books of 2010

"Sheinkin sees Arnold as America's 'original action hero' and succeeds in writing a brilliant, fast-paced biography that reads like an adventure novel...The author's obvious mastery of his material, lively prose and abundant use of eyewitness accounts make this one of the most exciting biographies young readers will find." --STARRED, "Kirkus Reviews"

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"American history is brought to life in this engaging story of revolution and treason... "The Notorious Benedict Arnold" is likely to make readers want to learn more about the American Revolution and its players, great and small."--STARRED, "School Library Journal"

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"Several complex political, social, and military themes emerge, one of the most prominent being that within the Continental army, often simplistically depicted as single-minded patriots, beat hearts scheming with political machinations that are completely familiar today...Arnold's inexorable clash with Gates and his decision to turn traitor both chill and compel." -- STARRED, "Horn Book Magazine"

"History junkies are in for a treat when they pick up this lively, highly readable biography of the U.S.' most vilified traitor...A worthy addition to all libraries."--"Booklist" "Sheinkin sees Arnold as America's 'original action hero' and succeeds in writing a brilliant, fast-paced biography that reads like an adventure novel...The author's obvious mastery of his material, lively prose and abundant use of eyewitness accounts make this one of the most exciting biographies young readers will find." -STARRED, "Kirkus Reviews"



"History junkies are in for a treat when they pick up this lively, highly readable biography of the U.S.' most vilified traitor...A worthy addition to all libraries."-"Booklist"

ISBN: 9781596434868
ISBN-10: 1596434864
Audience: Children
For Ages: 12 - 14 years old
For Grades: 7 - 9
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 337
Published: 9th November 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.46