A story filled with danger and excitement, Johnny Tremain tells of the turbulent, passionate times in Boston just before the Revolutionary War.
Johnny, a young apprentice silversmith, is caught up with Otis, Hancock, and John and Samuel Adams in the exciting and dramatic operations and subterfuges leading up to the Boston Tea Party and the Battle of Lexington. As Johnny is forced into the role of a full-grown man in the face of his new country’s independence, he finds that his relations with those he loves change for the better as well.
Winner of the Newbery Medal in 1943, the year of its publication, Johnny Tremain is historical fiction at its best, portraying Revolutionary Boston as a living drama, through the shrewd eyes of an observant boy.
A Blackstone Audio production.
I like the book, but there was an earlier version with a narrator I liked better... Still a good book though!
This book isn't the best i've ever read, nor the worst. I have to read it for school. I think I'm just to young too understand everything in it.
this book has every thing in it Love War Treason Anger Passion Patritisiam and WORDS LOTS OF LOTS OF WORDS