Hannah Pritchard: Pirate of the Revolution

Hannah Pritchard Pirate of the Revolution Upon finding her family murdered by British redcoats Tories and Iroquois Indians Hannah Pritchard begins a long and difficult journey in search of revenge and adventure The former New York farm gir

  • Title: Hannah Pritchard: Pirate of the Revolution
  • Author: Bonnie Pryor
  • ISBN: 9781598453867
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback
  • Upon finding her family murdered by British redcoats, Tories, and Iroquois Indians, Hannah Pritchard begins a long and difficult journey in search of revenge and adventure The former New York farm girl wants the opportunity to fight the British, and she finds it aboard an American privateer ship during the Revolutionary War However, Hannah must hide her female identity tUpon finding her family murdered by British redcoats, Tories, and Iroquois Indians, Hannah Pritchard begins a long and difficult journey in search of revenge and adventure The former New York farm girl wants the opportunity to fight the British, and she finds it aboard an American privateer ship during the Revolutionary War However, Hannah must hide her female identity to be able to work as a cabin boy aboard the SEA HAWK Follow Hannahs brave story as this teenager discovers a wild life at sea, forges new friendships, and learns the bittersweet taste of revenge.

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    1 thought on “Hannah Pritchard: Pirate of the Revolution”

    1. I haven't the faintest idea why the librarians at my library decided to place this in the YA section. It was much more appropriate for 8-12 year-olds, mostly because it was so simple. I didn't think the book gave much information on actually be a "pirate of the revolution," it's just that someone wanted kids to know that privateering existed and helped form our country and so they wrote this book.For a girl disguising herself as a boy, everything was so convenient that Hannah was "breathing a si [...]

    2. It's a book that should not be read over the age of 12! that said I read it when 11 and it was pretty darn good :)

    3. I didn't like this book very much because personally i don't like to read historical fiction books. But, if I did, then it would probably be a different story. The author used really good word choice. Plus, the way she told the story and included history all in one was amazing. So, in all, it was an okay book for me.

    4. While this was a fairly easy read, I can see not only elementary but YA reluctant readers liking this book. It is interesting to show that women pirates might be rare but did exist. This novel shows a spunky girl who wanted revenge for her family's deaths and found herself drawn to the ocean for adventure. The first book in a trilogy that will definitely find readers.

    5. I really enjoyed this book. Its nice to read good clean non-violent books about strong likable female characters. Recommend it to anyone. Five stars for cool cover (Who doesn't like Pirates, and the American Revolution YAH!) and a good story and characters.

    6. I'm not usually in to these kind of historical fiction type of books, but I actually really like this book so far.And I like how Hannah isn't such a girly girl, and likes to find adventure and fight in the war for her country.

    7. It was OK, not amazing, very juvenile. I think this belongs in the kids section of the library not the YA section.

    8. When Hannah escapes the slaughter of her parents and brother in the wilderness by the British/Indians, she eventually becomes a ship's boy for adventure and revenge. Good

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