american savages

American Savages by J.J. McAvoy

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J.J. McAvoy
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To be called "American savages" is a certain way of speaking. It could be a way of describing those people who are different from other Americans in the sense that they do not follow the American culture.

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Grokasa
I like this book because it gives me some insight into what it was like to live during the American Revolution.-Kendra
Mulmaran
I bought the American Savages book and I love it. The author, J.J. McAvoy has a way of making you feel like you are in the book, like you are Indian and living in the time period described in the story. It is amazing how he is able to describe how things appeared so vividly. It was also great to learn about the author's life and his experiences with his family living on a reservation.-Sam A., age 11
Akihn
"When I first started reading American Savages, I was unsure of what to think. Was this going to be a modern day fairy tale with all of the good guys going to be white and all of the bad guys going to be black? But as I continued reading, I was amazed at how real the story was. I felt the tension and the fear that the characters were experiencing as they tried to flee from the rioters. It was refreshing because it made me empathized with the
Tekus
I needed to write a literature review about American Savages and The Boxcar Children books. I read American Savages with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. J.J. McAvoy is a wonderful writer.