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    A little long winded

    Well done and very interesting but perhaps could have used a good editor. Particularly in the end - it seemed to never end. In spite of that it was very informative and a good depiction of the history through fiction.
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    OH MY!!!!!! Loved Eliza's perspective.

    I wish there were more books like this one and America's First Daughter. As home school parent I struggle to engage my 17 year old when it comes to history. Eliza's story did just that. He was captivated. I found him searching names that were mentioned within the pages. I caught him going ahead of his lesson plans. He would come out of his room wanting to talk about what was happening. He engaged his dad and older brother in conversations. I can't remember the last time that happened. I can't thank the authors enough for a fun week in history class.

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