Colonial & American Revolution
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Twelve-year-old Cassie, a mixed-race child and a slave, is caught between the color lines in eighteenth-century Revolutionary War Virginia. She escapes slavery finding refuge with the British Army only to be cast out of Yorktown between the battle lines during the last great battle for American Independence. With her future in the balance, she must decide whether or not to reveal her true identity.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572494091
The Revolutionary War has torn apart 11-year-old Teddy’s family. His father a Patriot, his mother a Loyalist. Teddy mistakenly joins the wrong local regiment unit and enters a whole new world of men and boys headed off to war in faraway South Carolina.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493698
The American Revolution is very real for thirteen-year-old Anne Brewster as her family is torn apart. A Rebel soldier lies near death in her home with an important message for General Washington—one that might well save many lives.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493803
Alone in the New World three young girls struggle to survive the dangers and hardships in 1620s Jamestown.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493858
The mysterious discovery of an old, stained American flag reveals the courage and sacrifice of the small Connecticut town of Fairfield when they become the target of a British shoreline raid.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493384
14-year-old Hannah turns to a witch to help make sense of the world. Inspired by injustice of two companions to be executed for breaking the Quaker law, Hannah stands up to the Puritan elders during a period of social, political, and religious upheaval.
Library • ISBN 9781572492486
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