Fighting for Freedom and General Washington
Capital Stewardship Publishing
June 18, 2014
Thirteen year old twins from Virginia, Amanda and Alexander Lee, have yearned for adventure off the family farm all their young lives. Their opportunity arises when fellow Virginian, George Washington, is commissioned as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army in 1775. Three years too young to enlist, Alexander devises an audacious deception to serve under General Washington. Meanwhile, Amanda devises an even greater deception and fights with many of the Revolutionary War’s greatest heroes. Through the struggle and turmoil of the American Revolution, Amanda and Alexander spend the entirety of their teen years in service to their country, earning an education in honor and patriotism.
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