Patrick Henry: Firebrand of the Revolution by Nardi Campion, Reading Level is 5.6
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“Firebrand” is an engaging biography of a pivotal figure in America’s fight for independence.
A reviewer from Goodreads writes “This is an older biography of Patrick Henry (1961), with target audience of middle school/junior high. Overall, this was a really excellent read, with plenty of details about Henry’s life and career, but not too overwhelming. It’s written to engage younger readers, so there is some dialogue and little anecdotes along the way, but most of these stories added to the character development of Henry, helping us to see what shaped him throughout his younger years and even as an adult.”
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