By Coughlan Publishing
Action-packed non-fiction, the graphic library series present the stories of history in high-interest, graphic novel format. The story of Molly Pitcher's life recounts her childhood, participation at the famous Battle of Monmouth, and activities after the war. Index, glossary, and "more information" fact page are included. 32 pages, softcover. 4th Grade reading level.
|Molly Pitcher: Young Patriot
By Augusta Stevenson / Simon & Schuster Trade Sales
The pretty little girl's name was Mary, but everyone called her Molly. This name suited her better. She was lively, and she should have a lively name. One of the most popular series ever published for young Americans, this classic has been praised alike by parents, teachers, and librarians. With this lively, inspiring, fictionalized biography--easily read by children of eight and up--today's youngster is swept right into history.
|They Called Her Molly Pitcher
By Anne Rockwell / Random House, Inc
This picture book tells the story of Molly Hays--known to history as Molly Pitcher. Carrying water to the American Continental Army during the blistering hot day that the Battle of Monmouth was fought on, when her husband was injured she stepped up to fire his cannon. Made a sergeant by George Washington, she would eventually go back to household duties--but for the rest of her life, asked people to call her Sergeant Molly. The folk-art illustrations were created by oil on canvas with a crackle glaze and sepia tone, and capture the spirit and inspiration Molly provided. 40 pages, ages 4-8.
|Living Adventures from American History, Volume 1, Audio CD
By Eye In The Ear
Exciting, inspiring, educational stories of Paul Revere, Valley Forge, Molly Pitcher, and Nathan Hale, dramatized by renowned storyteller Frances Kelley. 1 CD.