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This Study Guide consists of approximately 45 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Johnny Tremain.
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Forbes, Esther. "The Newbery Medal Acceptance." Horn Book 20 (July-August 1944): 261-267. Forbes describes how she came to write Johnny Tremain.

Gemme, Francis. Forbes's "Johnny Tremain". New York: Monarch Press, 1966. This analysis offers in-depth information about the historical events and the characters described in the novel. The book also includes a detailed summary of the novel.

Horn Book Papers. Vol. 1. Boston: Horn Book, 1955. This work offers a critical evaluation of the novel and includes biographical data about Forbes.

Jordan, Alice M. "Esther Forbes, Newbery Winner." Horn Book 20 (JulyAugust 1944): 268-270. This article provides biographical data about Forbes.

Lippman, Bertram. "Johnny Tremain": A Critical Commentary. New York: American R.D.M., 1966. This commentary analyzes plot and character, and includes biographical information about Forbes.

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