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On the Edge of Revolution by Deborah Kent
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Jun 16, 12

Read in June, 2012

"On the Edge of Revolution" is about a girl named Eliza who lives on a Pennsylvania farm in 1774. She has her own horse named Clipper, leader for one of the three teams that pull wagons on the farm. When Eliza's twin brother, Jeremy, is supposed to ride his lead horse, Maura, and her team to the governor's mansion, he doesn't. What he does instead is go to his best friend's house to make a plan to conquer the British. Eliza takes on the responsibility of finding him. She sets out riding her big Conestoga horse, Clipper. When she finds her brother, she learns about what they are doing in time to warn them that the redcoats are coming. I recommend this book to anyone that loves horses and wants to learn about the Revolutionary war.

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