Molly Pitcher: Young Patriot (Childhood of Famous Americans)

Molly Pitcher: Young Patriot (Childhood of Famous Americans)

One of the most popular series ever published for young Americans, these classics of childhood have been praised alike by parents, teachers, and librarians. These lively, inspiring, believable biographies sweep today's young readers right into history....

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Title:Molly Pitcher: Young Patriot (Childhood of Famous Americans)
Author:Augusta Stevenson
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Genres:Biography
ISBN:Molly Pitcher, girl patriot (Childhood of Famous Americans)
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

Molly Pitcher: Young Patriot (Childhood of Famous Americans) Reviews

  • Christine Ragains
    Feb 17, 2013

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Aubery
    Sep 24, 2008

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Keyanah
    Jun 11, 2009

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Russell
    Apr 02, 2011

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

  • Kerri
    Jun 06, 2009

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

  • Megan
    Jun 04, 2014

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • *Jessica Eve* deCastro
    Jun 09, 2009

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Grace Nestor Henderson
    Nov 25, 2009

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Heather
    Dec 08, 2012

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Kiersten Robertson
    Apr 28, 2011

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Dylan
    Nov 12, 2010

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Megan Hoag
    Apr 14, 2011

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Alandra
    May 09, 2011

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Mary
    Nov 29, 2011

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

  • Mamma
    Jun 19, 2011

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

  • Molly Lovelady
    Jun 09, 2012

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Ellen
    Jan 26, 2015

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Stephanie
    Oct 15, 2017

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Ellen
    Sep 13, 2012

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Kenneth
    Feb 22, 2013

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Jacob
    Apr 21, 2013

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

  • Nicole Pramik
    Mar 02, 2018

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Megan
    Jan 08, 2016

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

  • Cath
    Sep 30, 2016

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Holly Butler
    Feb 18, 2016

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Hannah
    Mar 24, 2016

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • Christine
    Apr 21, 2018

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

  • Marissa Hughes
    Oct 05, 2016

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

  • April Acton
    Apr 09, 2017

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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  • b_ballet
    May 11, 2018

    I'd like to re-read this. During the summer of 1976, the American Bicentennial, I read so many books about colonial life and the American Revolution. I was very interested in colonial women, including Molly Pitcher. She appealed to me as someone very independent, who had no problem wit...

    My children and I read this book. I realize that there is not a great deal of biographical information about Molly Pitcher, but the book gives insight into daily American colonial life, through the eyes of a young girl. Instead of reading a dry sentence like, "Travel was difficult a...

    Molly was a brave lady. She wanted to help the army out, but her parents said she couldn't go. But her parents finally decided that she could go. So she went and it was very hot, so they were getting boiled to death, but she came with a wet cloth and made it so they didn't die. ...

    All should read this just for the hints of past. How even items like sugar were a treat (get it) not a habit. How as a species we have lost what it is to be family friends and society. But without taking ourselves too serious. How spectacular life can be ...

    Great if you are homeschooled and have to read some kind of history or if you just love history to begin with. I very much enjoyed it and finished it in a couple days. ...

    I remember this book for the 4th grade, its what started me to like reading. ...

    2.5 stars. This was the strangest biography I've ever read. And because of the weirdness of it, I didn't care for it that much. ...

    I would like it better if it would say more about Molly's marriage, but beside that it was wroth reading. ...

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