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  And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? by Jean Fritz

Review by: T. R. H.
Maine, Grade 2

It is well written and gives a lot of information about Paul Revere and the city of Boston. For example, in 1735 there were 42 streets, 36 lanes, 22 alleys, 1,000 brick houses, 2,000 wooden houses, 12 churches, four schools, 418 horses, and an inhabitants of more than 13,000 people. Another fact about Paul Revere is once he made a silver collar for a man's pet squirrel. Like his father, Paul was a silversmith.

It was well written because it gives a lot of facts.

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