Readers to Probe into the Fascinating Life of the First US President

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Kim S. Collier’s ‘George Washington and the American Revolution’ to grace this year’s Pennsylvania School Library Association Book Exhibit

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Author Kim S. Collier brings a handy book for teachers and students, and any citizen of any country who wish to discover the compelling story behind the liberty and valor that shaped the United States. Her book, George Washington and the American Revolution, which will be featured at the Pennsylvania Library Association Book Exhibit in Gettysburg, Pa. on September 30 – October 3, 2012, chronicles the noteworthy days of the first US President and other leaders of the Colonial days who established the United States, and their riveting road to Independence from Great Britain.

Although told numerous times, the story of George Washington is one that will never fail to fascinate. A brave leader, he helped establish America with his Army and leaders, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson who wrote the laws of the land, and with French allies, Admiral Francis Joseph Paul de Grasse and Marquis de Lafayette and their Armies. An in-depth account of a colorful chapter in history, George Washington and the American Revolution follows Washington’s life with other leaders in America before the days of the American Revolution and Declaration of Independence. It slowly takes readers during and after the revolution, with accounts of the revolution, including famous and never-before heard quotations by eminent leaders. It vividly paints a picture of how the American Patriots united together and made contributions to establish America.

Included in this informative book are photographs that capture the mesmerizing tale of the State of Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia, where Colonial leaders first started the laws of the land; and outside of the City of Independence, where the American Soldiers had battles and retained forts. Aiming to provide answers to questions regarding the US history and its first president, George Washington and the American Revolution captures the dramatic structure of the American Colonial days and gives tribute to one of the most remarkable men of the said era.

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About the Author
Kim S. Collier grew up in Philadelphia Pennsylvania and has always had an interest in the history and the great contributions made by the United States. She has traveled to the Southern States many times, her first trip to Williamsburg Virginia the State where George Washington was born and where the first battles in America occured with the Indians. She is an amateur photographer and attended Northeast High School in Philadelphia Pennsylvania; after she went on to receive a two-year degree in basic Office Skills then an Associate Degree in Fashion Merchandising from the Tracey Warner School of Fashion and Design.

She now lives in Montgomery County Pennsylvania on the outskirts of Philadelphia. This is her first book and another is in the publishing process. She photographed, typed, designed, and researched George Washington and the American Revolution preferably from George Washington's Journals. She said she is proud of her book and the great working compatibility she had with the workers at Xlibris.

George Washington and the American Revolution * by Kim S. Collier
Publication Date: May 21, 2012
Picture Book; $47.49; 108 pages; 978-1-4500-0846-4
Picture Book Hardcover; $52.99; 108 pages; 978-1-4500-0847-1

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