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  • 7 of 10 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 2 of 3 copies available at Cass County.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Cass County Library-Garden City YA ROS 2020 (Text) 0002205643766 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Cass County Library-Harrisonville YA ROS 2020 (Text) 0002205643758 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Cass County Library-Northern Resource Center YA ROS 2020 (Text) 0002205643741 Young Adult Fiction Checked out 08/25/2020

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Rebellious Frannie Tasker knows little about the war between England and its thirteen colonies in 1776, until a shipwreck off her home in Grand Bahama Island presents an unthinkable opportunity. The body of a young woman body floating in the sea gives Frannie the chance to escape her brutal stepfather--and she takes it.Assuming the identity of the drowned Emmeline Coates, Frannie is rescued by a British merchant ship and sails with the crew to New York. For the next three years, Frannie lives a lie as Miss Coates, swept up in a courtship by a dashing British lieutenant. But after witnessing the darker side of the war, she realizes that her position gives her power. Soon she's eavesdropping on British officers, risking everything to pass information on to George Washington's Culper spy ring as agent 355. Frannie believes in the fight for American liberty--but what will it cost her? Inspired by the true "355" and rich in historical detail and intrigue, this is the story of an unlikely New York society girl turned an even unlikelier spy.
In 1776, fifteen-year-old Francisca escapes a dangerous life in the Bahamas by posing as a wealthy shipwreck victim, and soon finds herself a spy for George Washington in New York.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 12 up. Delacorte Press.
Grades 7-9. Delacorte Press.
HL670L Lexile
Subject: Impersonation > Fiction.
Spy stories.
Social classes > Fiction.
Love > Fiction.
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Fiction.

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