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Patsy and the Declaration

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America is about to be born. Patsy Black and her best friend Barbara Layman want to help the colonies gain their freedom. But what can the girls do? Plenty. They think a red-haired stranger could be a spy for the British. To find out, they'll have to search his room. Are the girls brave enough to do it? What happens if they get caught?
Paperback, 131 pages
Published August 1st 1997 by Aladdin Paperbacks
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Elizabeth (Beth) Massie is a 2-time Bram Stoker Award and Scribe Award-winning author of horror/suspense, historical fiction, media tie-ins, nonfiction, and short fiction for adults. She also writes novels for teens and middle grade readers. She lives in the Shenandoah Valley with her husband, illustrator Cortney Skinner.
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