The Notorious Benedict Arnold: A True Story of Adventure, Heroism & Treachery

Steve Sheinkin

Benedict Arnold—the man’s name has come to symbolize the ultimate back-stabber, but how many of us know: who was he really? And what did he do to become so hated? It turns out he did some pretty amazing things, and was respected and trusted and honored, a war hero, an ambitious anti-authority fighter—he was a lot of things, before he became a name we all associate with traitor. This book lays out all the fascinating details in an exciting way. His story is the stuff of action movies.

Page Count 337
Part of a Series? No
Age Level 8 — up

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