#4: Annie Henry and the Redcoats
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#4: Annie Henry and the Redcoats   -     By: Susan Olasky

#4: Annie Henry and the Redcoats

P&R Publishingng / 2011 / Paperback

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In 1789, Annie Henry turns sixteen, her family moves to Leatherwood, on the frontier. But she ends up in Richmond, getting a closer look at the Revolutionary War than she'd bargained for. 128 pages, softcover. Ages 8 to 12.

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Title: #4: Annie Henry and the Redcoats
By: Susan Olasky
Format: Paperback
Vendor: P&R Publishingng
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.38 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1596383771
ISBN-13: 9781596383777
Ages: 8-12
Series: Adventures in the American Revolution
Stock No: WW383777

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Moving from the capital city, Williamsburg, to a frontier town doesn’t mean less trouble for Annie! Especially when being in Richmond brings her closer to the Revolutionary War than she’d ever counted on . . .

Author Bio

Susan Olasky cofounded and chaired the Austin Crisis Pregnancy Center in Austin, TX. She is author of several books, book review editor, and senior writer for WORLD magazine.

Editorial Reviews

"As she grows from a young girl to a teenager, Annie Henry's character remains genuine in the six-year span captured so beautifully by Susan Olasky in her American Revolution series. Annie frequently queries her illustrious father, Patrick Henry, about the issues of the day. What she learns gives her the impulse to explore and sets the stage for exciting adventures. At times her faith is tested, but in the process she learns to trust in God anew."

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