Under the nose of the enemy army . . . a boy carries a dangerous secret. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1777. John Darragh's family has sided with the rebel colonists during the Revolutionary War. But the family lives across the street from the headquarters of the British army, their enemies. The Darragh family spies on the British, and John takes messages to his brother in the rebel camp. Can John sneak past the British soldiers this time?
The Top-Secret Adventure of John Darragh, Revolutionary War SpyFeatured
This story is about John Darragh, who helped pass news to the Colonists. His family were Quakers but even though they hated violence they did their part to help the war effort. The illustrations help with the story too. What I love as an educator is how the illustrations appeal to children and help motivate them to want to learn more about an important event in our history.
There's more graphic novels in this series. I can't wait to share them with my son.
Ten year old loved the graphic novel format