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Lizzie and the Redcoat: Stirrings of Revolution in the American Colonies (Sisters in Time #4)

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  57 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Time Period: Dec. 1764 - May 1766 Tensions simmer in 1765 Boston, home to twelve-year-old Lizzie Murray. Residents of the city are dividing over loyalty to England-and the divisions strike within Lizzie's own family, as her brother and father often find themselves at odds. When a mob wounds a young British soldier, Lizzie chooses to help the frightened Redcoat-a move that ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Barbour Books
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Rebecca (Shieldmaiden)
A ok book for young children. I read it when I was about seven, wouldn't read it again. One star because its about the American Revolution my pet love.
this book takes place right before the revolutionary war and tells what happened to make the people so angrey but also shows the side of the brittish solders who did not have it so good either.
This series takes girls on an adventure of a lifetime as they learn about historical events and how it affected the lives of the girls, who lived through it. Great read for girls.
This was a really fun book, I read it in one day, and I just LOVED it!!!!
Lizzie is a fun and spunky girl and i loved the book!!
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