[2014] Samantha McGlynn: Rush Revere and the brave Pilgrims

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[2014] Samantha McGlynn: Rush Revere and the brave Pilgrims

Author: Rush Limbaugh

Name: Samantha McGlynn

Rush Revere is a history teacher at Manchester Middle School. He is kind and courageous, ready to experience the key points of history!

The theme of this book is Pilgrims History!

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Title: Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims

Pilgrims Past

This is an image of the Mayflower. The Pilgrims rode on this ship when insearch of the new land in 1620. It carried their long journey filled with sickness and small hope, but lead them to success! Rush spent most of his exploring on this ship.

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In this story, personification, the attribution of human nature or character to animals or inanimate objects, is used for the character Liberty. Liberty is Rush's horse that can talk but also is able to time travel and can dissappear when holding his breath.


This story's base setting would be in a modern day classroom, at Manchester Middle School. Majority of the book takes place on the Maylflower or in 1620 Plymouth Colony, where the pilgrims grounded and united with the Indians.

"Rush, rush, rushing from history!"(p31) This quote is frequently said throughout the book by Liberty, Rush's horse, as he time travels from history. This quote is important because Liberty is unable to transport in time without it."With God, all things are possible."(p94) Elder Brewster, the pilgrims religous leader, recited this while on the Mayflower, as his people began losing hope. This quote is highly important because it encouraged the pilgrims to keep strong as their voyage grew harder."We have brought some furs to trade as well as some fresh herring to share with you. A small token of our friendship."(p166) Squanto said this to William Bradford as they greeted each other for the first time. This quote is important because it shows how the Indians and Pilgrims began to unite as one and help each other.


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