Annie Henry: Adventures in the American Revolution
Crossway, 2003 - 415 páginas
Annie Henry is full of energy, and somehow she always seems to find herself in the middle of all the excitement. Following in the footsteps of her father, the famous patriot Patrick Henry, young Annie Henry faces the American Revolution with courage and a commitment to fighting for liberty in any way she can. Whether that means riding a horse to spread news about the war or caring for her family while her father is away, Annie is determined to do her part to bring freedom to America. Yet life is not easy for Annie. Her father is often away for long periods of time working to see that the revolution succeeds. When he becomes governor in colonial Virginia, Annie has to get used to the life of a politician's daughter and to a new school away from her old friends. In the midst of her adventures and her frustrations, Annie's faith is growing; and she is learning more about her need for God as she faces the challenges of growing up. This book includes all four of the action-packed Adventures in the American Revolution: Annie Henry and the Secret Mission Annie Henry and the Birth of Liberty Annie Henry and the Mysterious Stranger Annie Henry and the Redcoats In these four stories, Suan Olasky gives 8- to 12-year-olds an exciting look at life in the colonies during the time of America's War of Independence.
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