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A Stand for Independence: A Felicity Classic 2 (American Girl Beforever…

by Valerie Tripp

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This is about a girl who lives in the United States during the beginning of the revolutionary war. She lives in a town with her mother and father and her younger sister and brother and visits her wealthy grandfather on the plantation. She helps the rebels keep their gun powder, rescues a friends parent from jail for being a loyalist, and she helps a friend. This is a good book for any child to read who enjoys historical fiction.
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"When Felicity overhears a plot against the colonists, no one believes her but Ben, her father's apprentice. So the two risk great danger to warn the colonists themselves. Soon afterward, Felicity finds a secret note from Ben. He has run away to join George Washington's army, and he is injured. Felicity is worried about him but knows it would be wrong to help a runaway apprentice. Then she is turned away from the door of her best friend, Elizabeth. Will the war for independence come between Felicity and her friends?"--Publisher.… (more)

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