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Private Captain: A Story of Gettysburg (2 vol.)

by Marty Crisp
Marty Crisp weaves together a powerful story about the Civil War with an unlikely group of heroes, including a courageous dog named Captain. 356 pages, Ages 10-14

Item Number: 1116
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $22.00
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Reviews for Private Captain: A Story of Gettysburg (2 vol.)
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5Private Captain is about two boys, Ben and Danny. They go on a very cool adventure. The adventure is back during the war of Gettysburg. Ben is trying to find his brother, Reuben, and tell him his Pa died. Ben and Danny go to lots of places. This book is great for anyone who wants to learn about the Gettysburg war. If you're into adventure and action, you should read this book. Marty Crisp, the author, makes you feel happy at times and sad at other times.
2011-08-16
3This book was a little hard to get into. It was annoying to read "anyroad" so often instead of our more usual "anyway" or "anyhow". The main character's spoiled, nerdy cousin was annoying, too. But once the dog and the cow joined in on the journey to Gettysburg, I forgot about all those annoying things and enjoyed the story. It was nice to see the main character change and grow over the course of the book.
2016-03-03

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