Hero or Enemy Spy?
From the Series Hidden History — Spies
He was popular with his troops. And he was such a good soldier that Benedict Arnold became a major general in the Colonial Army. So how did a Revolutionary hero become known as one of the earliest spies in U.S. history?
|Interest Level||Grade 2 - Grade 5|
|Reading Level||Grade 3|
|Genre||Nonfiction, Social Studies|
|Category||5 Kinds of Nonfiction, 5KN: Narrative Nonfiction|
|Publisher||Red Chair Press|
|Imprint||Red Chair Press|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Text Type||Narrative Nonfiction|
|BISACS||JNF025190, JNF007020, JNF068000|
|Dimensions||8 x 10|
|Guided Reading Level||V|
|ATOS Reading Level||5.4|
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz||195339|
|Accelerated Reader® Points||0.5|
|Features||Author/Illustrator biography, Glossary, Index, Original artwork, Reviewed, Sidebars, and Table of contents|
School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
“[A]n engaging and informative introduction to the world of espionage.”—School Library Journal Series Made Simple
Author: Aaron Derr
Aaron Derr is a writer based just outside of Dallas, Texas. He has more than 15 years of experience writing and editing magazines and books for kids of all ages.
Illustrator: Scott R. Brooks
Scott R. Brooks is a full-time illustrator for books, video games, and television commercials. He and his illustrator wife share their Atlanta, GA, home with two clever kids.