Ever since the Redcoats arrived, Grace's family and the entire village have been on edge. But once all the men have gone to fight for the freedoms of a new nation, it's up to Grace and her sister to find a way to protect their village from the spies of the king. This tale of bravery and a young girl's determination to do her part is the first in a series of stories for children, celebrating a legacy of strength and personal responsibility throughout the history of America.
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