Michelle Person

Nathaniel English in Leaders of the Revolution

Rubbery chicken…macaroni soup…burnt tuna casserole…What's a kid got to do around here to get a decent lunch in the school cafeteria? Nathaniel and his friends aren't sure but they are willing to try anything!
The third book in the Nathaniel English series, Leaders of the Revolution, follows 5th grade Nathaniel as he searches for solutions to his present day problems by learning about important historical figures of the past. Thanks to his mother's extensive at home library, Nathaniel is exposed to information that his teachers don't share, helping him to develop a strong sense of self and determine his place in this world. Insipred by the actions of Toussaint L'Ouverture, Nathaniel and his friends fight to make their voices heard on the timeless and ever important issue of school lunch. Leaders of the Revolution tells the story of the Haitian Revolution and the importance of standing up for what you believe in! Readers looking to laugh, learn, and diversify their libraries will find a lot to love here.
42 printed pages
Original publication



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