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Also by JoAnn A. Grote:

The Farmer's Bride Collection, August 2013
Paperback
American Challenge, August 2011
Paperback
Love Afloat, May 2001
Paperback

Also by Norma J. Lutz:

American Challenge, August 2011
Paperback
American Dream, August 2011
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Also by Susan Martins Miller:

American Challenge, August 2011
Paperback
American Dream, August 2011
Paperback

Also by Veda B. Jones:

American Challenge, August 2011
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American Challenge
JoAnn A. Grote, Norma J. Lutz, Susan Martins Miller, Veda B. Jones

Barbour Books
August 2011
On Sale: August 1, 2011
576 pages
ISBN: 1616264632
EAN: 9781616264635
Paperback
$9.99
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Historical | Young Adult Adventure

Girls are girls wherever they live— and whenever they lived, too!

Meet your Sisters in Time in these exciting historical novels for ages 8 to 12. You’ll love the stories of fictional girls—not that different than girls of today—written into actual events of U.S. history. American Challenge covers the years 1770 to 1819 with the stories of

Lydia the Patriot: a 12-year-old’s life is changed by the Boston Massacre Kate and the Spies: an 11-year-old must choose sides—political and family—in the American Revolution Betsy’s River Adventure: a 13-year-old leaves everything familiar in Boston for the frontier town of Cincinnati Grace and the Bully: a 10-year-old experiences poverty during a time of drought and depression

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