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Peter Treegate"s war
In 1775 Boston as the Revolutionary war escalates, sixteen-year-old Peter Treegate finds himself caught in the middle of a struggle for his love and loyalty between the patriot father from whom he had long been separated and the Scottish highlander who brought him up to avenge the Scots defeat at Culloden.
This is the second in a series of books about the Treegate family.
|Genre||Fiction, Juvenile fiction|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W625 Pe 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2008943274|
The Pet War is a hilarious story about the timeless battles of dog vs. cat, brother vs. sister, know-it-all vs. know-nothing. Eleven-year-old Otto wants a dog. His twelve-year-old perfect sister, Lexi, wants a cat. Their mother, who works very long hours as . Hoping to remedy the situation, John Treegate, a loyalist, sets off for England, but unable to meet with the proper officials, is detained longer than expected. In the meantime, his eleven-year-old son, Peter, is apprenticed to Mr. Fielding, a manufacturer of barrel staves. Although Mr. Fielding is a man of principle, not all of his apprentices.
The War of the Two Peters (Spanish: La Guerra de los Dos Pedros, Catalan: Guerra dels dos Peres) was fought from to between the kingdoms of Castile and name refers to the rulers of the countries, Peter of Castile and Peter IV of historian has written that "all of the centuries-old lessons of border fighting were used as two evenly matched opponents dueled across Location: Mostly towns in the Crown of Aragon and . The life of a young Massachusetts slave who fought for his freedom in the Revolutionary War. Malcolm (Law/George Mason Univ.; Guns and Violence: The English Experience, , etc.) begins with Peter’s bill of sale, dated He was just 19 months old, and it was unheard of for a child so young to be sold without his mother.
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The second book of the Treegate series, Peter Treegate's War, picks up the tale at the Battle of Bunker Hill, with Peter, his father John Treegate, and his foster father the Maclaren of Spey, among the Americans facing down the advancing Red Coats. After the battle, all three are captured by the British and thrown into a floating prison.5/5(3).
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Peter Treegate's War (The Treegate Series Book 2).5/5(3). The story picks up where the first Treegate series book ended, at the Battle of Bunkers Hill. Peter and the Maclaren are captured by the British and placed on a prison ship in Boston Harbor.
They escape with the help of Peace of God Manly, a New England sea captain, and the three become part of the crew of a ship carrying gunpowder to the /5. Buy a cheap copy of Peter Treegate's War book by Leonard Wibberley. Peter Treegate’s War, second in the Treegate series, begins by picking up both the course of the American War for Independence and the ongoing, more personal, clash Free shipping over $/5(1).
Once more the reader encounters Peter Treegate, now a boy of sixteen, as he attempts to resolve the comflict between his loyalty to his real father and to the Scottish clansman who has fostered him in the Carolina hills.
The tension he feels is accentuated by the dramatic historical events which absorb him—the war against the crown, his father's staunch support of the colonists, and his.
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Peter Treegate's War, second in the Treegate series, begins by picking up both the course of the American War for Independence and the ongoing, more personal, clash of divided loyalty for year-old Peter.
His father, John Treegate, and his foster father, the Maclaren of Spey, jealous and distrustful of each other, and worlds apart in thought and. Peter Treegate's War (Treegate Series Book 2) Kindle Edition by Leonard Wibberley (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or Rating: % positive. Peter Treegates War, an Ariel Book by Leonard. Wibberley. Farrar Straus and Giroux, NY, 1/1/ Hardcover. Good/good. Ex-Library. Hardcover. Peter Treegate's War, second in the Treegate series, begins by picking up both the course of the American War for Independence and the ongoing, more personal, clash of divided loyalty for year-old Peter/5(25).
Peter Treegate's War, Leonard Wibberley. Marley: A Dog Like No Other, John Grogan. The Power of Positive Thinking for Teens, Mary Lou Carney. The Tiger Rising, Kate DiCamillo. The books are very good condition with clean pages and Rating: % positive. In the course of these adventures, Peter has also managed a flying visit to Salem, Massachusetts to see his friend Peace of God Manly—only to find more than he had bargained for.
Authentic action and suspenseful story-telling carry this fourth title in the Treegate Series to a satisfying resolve. This is the fourth book in the Treegate Series. In this second book, the story opens with the battle of Breed’s Hill about to commence, better known as the battle of Bunker Hill.
Peter is caught between two conflicts, the war between the British and the emerging American nation and the conflict between his father, John Treegate, and his foster father, Maclaren of Spey. Meanwhile, Major Peter Treegate, uncle of the young Navy men, is meeting with dangers of his own as he experiences the war from the European side, seeking French help for the new government.
The two Peter Treegates are reunited in the decisive Battle of New Orleans. “The author's historical sense is superior and consistently lively. John Treegate's Musket: The Birth of the Revolutionary War (The Treegate Series Book 1) by: Leonard Wibberley When Peter is framed for murder, he is forced to flee Boston on a smuggler's brig, sending him on a series of adventures that will challenge everything his father ever taught him to believe about England, America, and the impending.
John Treegate's Musket (Living History Library)wonderful,wonderful novel for young Irish author,Leonard Wibberley,equals Patrick O'Brien for engrossing saga set just before and during the American book became the basis for a 7-book series that takes young Peter Treegate from shipwrecked orphan to a Captain of militia in the Continental Army.I just can't /5(2).A boy named Peter, born to a slave in Massachusetts inwas sold nineteen months later to a childless white couple there.
This book recounts the fascinating history of how the American Revolution came to Peter's small town, how he joined the revolutionary army at the age of twelve, and how he participated in the battles of Bunker Hill and Yorktown and witnessed the/5.