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Greg's Second Adventure in Time (Adventures in Time Book 2) By Connie M. Huddleston,

  • Title: Greg's Second Adventure in Time (Adventures in Time Book 2)
  • Author: Connie M. Huddleston
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • Greg is BACK Back in Time in Greg s Second Adventure in Time As Greg once time travels, he journeys to our nation s colonial period where he explores our country s new frontier, encounters hostile Indians, meets famous Americans, and helps win the American Revolution The Adventure in Time series for middle grade readers strives to interest children in our nation sGreg is BACK Back in Time in Greg s Second Adventure in Time As Greg once time travels, he journeys to our nation s colonial period where he explores our country s new frontier, encounters hostile Indians, meets famous Americans, and helps win the American Revolution The Adventure in Time series for middle grade readers strives to interest children in our nation s history by providing them with a fun, intimate learning experience through the eyes of another child Children s Literary Classics awarded Greg s First Adventure in Time its seal of approval in 2015.
    Greg s Second Adventure in Time Adventures in Time Book Greg is BACK Back in Time in Greg s Second Adventure in Time As Greg once time travels he journeys to our nation s colonial period where he explores our country s new frontier encounters hostile Ind

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    1. I really enjoyed this second adventure with Greg This time around Greg travels back in time to the Siege of Boonesborough in 1778 Huddleston deftly depicts life on the frontier The mix of nationalities who moved into the americas in those early years, the clothing, the fighting between the newcomers and the original nations Once again, one gets a lot of detail, enough to learn from, but this isn t a dry historical read Huddleston brings the characters to life, especially when seen through Greg s [...]

    2. C.M Huddleston, a retired Registered Professional Archaeologist, treats middle grade readers to another adventure in her Literary Classics award winning, Greg s Second Adventure in Time A time traveler by virtue of his DNA, Greg travels back to 1778 There, he learns about the hardships of the early settlers who traveled beyond the Alleghenies, as well as about Native Americans, including raw information about where they lived and what they ate But this is not a history book It is not a story cen [...]

    3. I enjoyed reading this story, especially the archeological bits and pieces that grounded it in a historical reality The author s personal expertise in this area made this convincing and fascinating I also liked the hints of her sense of humor that emerged in Greg s account of his visit to 1778 Kentucky I knew very little about Daniel Boone, and this book has whetted my appetite to learn I also got a kick out of the mention of the Indian town, Chillicothe, Ohio The reason for this is that I grew [...]

    4. I love the way Huddleston weaves history and archaeology into this story When Greg travels in time to Boonesborough, Kentucky, he meets Daniel Boone But he hasn t studied far enough in his history book to know what happens when the fort is attacked Huddleston builds suspense as Greg encounters significant historical events in the American frontier during the Revolutionary War By the end, the reader has experienced the excitement alongside Greg in a satisfying time travel Highly recommended for a [...]

    5. Greg, a bright, inquisitive and extremely talkative young boy, is not at all pleased when his family moves to Kentucky for his father s job He would prefer to be spending his summer with his best friend, Rose But instead, his mom has volunteered him to participate in an 18th century reenactment in which he must wear a period costume that is far from comfortable Greg has traveled in time before, but he s not quite sure how So, when he finds himself once again back in time, surrounded by five Indi [...]

    6. I really liked Greg s first adventure and this one was even better Written from a 13 year old s point of view, the author masterfully kept his personality consistent even as he experienced Kentucky during the Revolutionary war period An easy, fun and educational read for pre teens M.J Evans, Author of The Centaur Chronicles.

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