The iPhone That Saved George Washington (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Left Behinds)

The iPhone That Saved George Washington (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Left Behinds)

Language: English

Pages: 368

ISBN: 0606384618

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Percy Jackson fans will embrace this humorous time travel adventure, the first in a series, about an iPhone malfunction that sends three kids back to 1776 in time to rescue George Washington.

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on your feet?” “Sister,” the boy says. “Enough. We’ve been taught to welcome strangers, have we not? She’s Elizabeth, I’m Daniel. Our parents own this farm, and that is our farmhouse, where you seem to be headed. We’ve been watching. Are you planning to surrender yourself?” “Um, um,” I say. “No, surrendering wasn’t what I had in mind.” “Then what?” says the girl. “Were you planning a rescue?” She asks this as if it’s the craziest thing she’s ever heard of. “You haven’t a single weapon, do you?

clear out—their enlistments were over at the end of the year, which was, like, seven days away. So for Washington, it was one of those now-or-never kind of situations. Do something now, or get hanged later. And, as far as the revolution goes, that would be the end of that. We’ve learned all about it at school. Or at least we learned how things are supposed to turn out. Washington’s Crossing of the Delaware was only supposed to be, you know, like the most important turning point of the entire

smiles her toothless smile. “For that, I would need special consideration.” I wave two dollar bills before her. “They’re yours,” I say. “Two. But only for the truth.” “Near the end of Market,” she says. “One of the buildings he owns. No tenants, so there he stays, till he finds a ship that sails. And prays no one discovers him!” She grabs the ones and is off. And so are we, to near the very end of Market Street. TWENTY-THREE A FEW MINUTES LATER WE come to a small, tidy building. There’s no

rebels, but as victors. Next is Daniel and Elizabeth’s turn. “Goodbye, Daniel,” I say, and shake his hand. “Goodbye, Elizabeth,” I say, and shake her hand as well. I don’t think kissing or hugging members of the opposite sex—especially those who haven’t been properly introduced to your parents—is something she’s quite ready for. So I don’t try. She takes my hand, and gives me a very delicate shake. “I think you ought to stay,” says Elizabeth. “We’ve unfinished business. The British are quite

Kramm’s bag.” They peek in, see the extra Luger magazines, the Hershey bars, the maps. I read Kurtis’s note aloud. “Who is Kurtis?” Bev says. “You mean, who is Kurtis besides being the president of Things Go Wrong, Inc.? I have no idea who he is exactly, but I think I know what he’s up to.” “Which is what?” “I think he’s the dude who invented the iTime app. Do you remember what it says when you open it up? That thing about “the aim is to play, to mess about, who says things have to be this

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