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On the Edge of Revolution

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From the vast prairies of America where pioneers first settled to the battlegrounds of civil war, the Saddle the Wind series will sweep readers back through history on an unforgettable journey. They will meet very special heroines from different times and cultures, with two things in common: a great love of horses, and a unique brand of courage. This work is set in Penns From the vast prairies of America where pioneers first settled to the battlegrounds of civil war, the Saddle the Wind series will sweep readers back through history on an unforgettable journey. They will meet very special heroines from different times and cultures, with two things in common: a great love of horses, and a unique brand of courage. This work is set in Pennsylvania, 1774...On the brink of the American War of Independence, a young girl and her faithful Conestoga horse, Clipper, are caught up in rebel activities as her twin brother joins local farmers in armed resitance against the imposition of burdensome new taxes by their British governors and national resentment of British rule boils over into revolution.

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From the vast prairies of America where pioneers first settled to the battlegrounds of civil war, the Saddle the Wind series will sweep readers back through history on an unforgettable journey. They will meet very special heroines from different times and cultures, with two things in common: a great love of horses, and a unique brand of courage. This work is set in Penns From the vast prairies of America where pioneers first settled to the battlegrounds of civil war, the Saddle the Wind series will sweep readers back through history on an unforgettable journey. They will meet very special heroines from different times and cultures, with two things in common: a great love of horses, and a unique brand of courage. This work is set in Pennsylvania, 1774...On the brink of the American War of Independence, a young girl and her faithful Conestoga horse, Clipper, are caught up in rebel activities as her twin brother joins local farmers in armed resitance against the imposition of burdensome new taxes by their British governors and national resentment of British rule boils over into revolution.
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Title On the Edge of Revolution Height 13.9
Deborah Kent Width 18.6
ISBN-13 9780753410912 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0753410915 Spine Width
Publisher Blue Kingfisher Ltd Pages 176
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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