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A Tea Party in Boston
by Mallory Wycoff

Overview


Eccentric, first-time teacher Mr. Briley helps his students fall in love with history when he takes them on a field trip—back in time!
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Description


Eleven-year-old Norah and her neighborhood friends are shocked when they meet their summer school history teacher. Not only is Mr. Briley strange--he likes to sit on top of his desk and start each class by dancing--but he's convinced he can make Norah and her friends fall in love with history! He even forms a club and makes them part of it. But the strangest thing is Mr. Briley's pocket watch, which lets people travel back in time!

When the History Buff Club goes back to 1775, Norah and her friends are shocked and excited to participate in the Boston Tea Party! As Norah breaks open tea chests alongside the colonists, she makes a personal connection between the American Revolution and her life. Will she finally understand why standing up for what she believes in is so important?

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About the author


Mallory graduated from Biola University in 2009 with a B.A. in History and a minor in Bible, but her true passion is literature! She loves all kinds of stories, and enjoys getting people excited about history. Mallory also loves being an auntie, and she adores her Pointollie mix Kensington Gardens (named after one of Peter Pan's hangouts). She also enjoys traveling, and while she doesn't have a time-traveling pocket watch, she's always on the lookout for one. You can discover more about Mallory and the History Buff Club at alwaysstorytime.com.
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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Historical / United States / Colonial & Revolutionary Periods

Language:English

Series title:History Buff Club: A Time-Traveling Series

Series Number:1

Pages:168

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098301033


Overview


Eccentric, first-time teacher Mr. Briley helps his students fall in love with history when he takes them on a field trip—back in time!

Read more

Description


Eleven-year-old Norah and her neighborhood friends are shocked when they meet their summer school history teacher. Not only is Mr. Briley strange--he likes to sit on top of his desk and start each class by dancing--but he's convinced he can make Norah and her friends fall in love with history! He even forms a club and makes them part of it. But the strangest thing is Mr. Briley's pocket watch, which lets people travel back in time!

When the History Buff Club goes back to 1775, Norah and her friends are shocked and excited to participate in the Boston Tea Party! As Norah breaks open tea chests alongside the colonists, she makes a personal connection between the American Revolution and her life. Will she finally understand why standing up for what she believes in is so important?

Read more

About the author


Mallory graduated from Biola University in 2009 with a B.A. in History and a minor in Bible, but her true passion is literature! She loves all kinds of stories, and enjoys getting people excited about history. Mallory also loves being an auntie, and she adores her Pointollie mix Kensington Gardens (named after one of Peter Pan's hangouts). She also enjoys traveling, and while she doesn't have a time-traveling pocket watch, she's always on the lookout for one. You can discover more about Mallory and the History Buff Club at alwaysstorytime.com.
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