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Ride into Morning : The Story of Tempe Wick
Children's - Grade 4-6, Age 9-11 
353 p. ; 
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ISBN 9780152046835
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Based on Tempe Wick's life and the tale of hiding her horse in her house during the coldest winter of the American Revolution, Rinaldi's story poignantly addresses the question of compromising one's loyalty for "victory."
Publisher Summary
When unrest spreads at the Revolutionary War camp in Morristown, New Jersey, under the command of General Anthony Wayne, a young woman cleverly hides her horse from the mutinous soldiers who have need of it.

Historical fiction full of intrigue, adventure, and heartbreak.
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