Free Audio Download
In this 30-minute sample of the One April in Boston audio book, you’ll learn the accurate story of Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride and witness the first shots of the American Revolution. You’ll experience author Ben Edwards’ storytelling through the award winning narration of Phil Rosenthal. The complete audio book is 3 hours long and a message at the end of the sample recording explains how every student in your grade school class can get the full downloadable MP3 audio version absolutely free.
One April in Boston is written for students in grades 3-6. It is the tale of an American family (the author’s direct ancestors) and a special gift that was passed down from generation to generation. The book also has a wonderful underlying theme – it passes along the value of goal setting to children.
I hope you enjoy this special recording available exclusively to readers of the Teach History blog.
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View a portion of One April in Boston (PDF) including the cover, table of contents, introduction, the “Two Lanterns” chapter and more than 10 illustrations.
The story passes through a timeline of American history and includes connections to: