Saddle, Stars and Stripes: On the Edge of Revolution

Deborah Kent

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Eliza Carter loves working for her father during the summer holidays. She drives her own team of horses, led by her special Conestoga horse, Clipper, hauling heavy wagons full of grain. But life changes dramatically when tensions in the new colony begin to rise and her twin brother joins local farmers in armed resistance against their British rulers. Suddenly she finds herself examining her beliefs and loyalties. Where will she stand when national resentment boils over into revolution? And will she come to her brother's rescue when he needs her?

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Deborah Kent

Deborah Kent has written eighteen young adult novels and more than fifty children's nonfiction titles. She has published three other books with Kingfisher in the Saddles, Stars & Stripes series: Chance of a Lifetime, Blackwater Creek, Riding the Pony Express. A graduate of Oberlin College and Smith College, Debra now lives in Chicago with her daughter and husband, the children's author R. Conrad Stein.

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Saddle, Stars and Stripes: On the Edge of Revolution
Deborah Kent

Paper Over Board

Paper Over Board
Kingfisher
October 2006
Paper Over Board
ISBN: 9780753460009
ISBN10: 0753460009
Middle-Grade Fiction
7 3/5 x 5 9/10 inches, 176
Age Range: 8 to 12
Grade Range: 3 to 7
$8.95
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