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John, Paul, George & Ben - Lane Smith
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I live in the country. Welcome to my frontier! The book pokes fun, but in a poignant way, exaggerating the unique character traits bold, noisy, honest, clever, and independent found in each lad which eventually made them good leaders in their later years.
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For those constitutionally opposed to history lessons, Smith Math Curse profiles the Founding Fathers as the nonconformist kids they might have been. Beatles allusions, like the title, are mercifully few but well-placed " Say , you want a revolution? Make that five lads. There was also Independent Tom always off doing his own thing. Sure we have some! Let's see, Here they are!
How might the lives of these great Americans have been affected by their childhoods, Smith wonders. In a footnote he adds that there were actually five lads, including Independent Tom always off doing his OWN thing. John, we learn, was bold. Young Mr. Hancock has an abundance of confidence and wonderful penmanship, and we see him signing his name in huge letters upon his grade school blackboard. Paul was noisy, probably, Smith surmises, because of all the time he spent bell ringing at the Old North Church in Boston. Kids will definitely be yucking it up as they learn about this unknown chapter in Revere's life, and as they see his eyes spinning wildly in one of Smith's hilarious drawings.