Not Yet Published
Here is the first-ever picture book about female Revolutionary War activist Prudence Wright, who rallied the first and only group of "minute women" to fight the British, changing history in the process.
Prudence Wright had a spark of independence.
Annoyed when the British king held back freedoms in colonial Massachusetts, feisty and fearless Prudence had enough. She said no! to British goods, determined to rely on her resourcefulness and ingenuity to get by. And when British troops continued to threaten the lives of her family and community, she assembled and led the "minute women" of Pepperell to break free of tradition.
This untold story of a courageous and brave woman from the Revolutionary War continues to inspire today.
About the Author
Beth Anderson earned a BA in linguistics and an MEd in reading. She taught English as a second language for more than 20 years. In 2013, she began writing for children. Her narrative nonfiction and historical fiction picture books include: "SMELLY" KELLY AND HIS SUPER SENSES and LIZZIE DEMANDS A SEAT!.
Susan Reagan earned her degree from the Columbus College of Art and Design. With previous experience in greeting cards, surface designs, and picture books, Susan's titles include YOU AND ME and LIGHTS OUT!
Illustrator site: susanreaganart.com