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Reviewed by Kayleigh Perumal for Readers' Favorite
Revolutionary Anna by Tracy Lawson is a short children's historical fiction book, based on a true story, that immerses readers in the American Revolution. One cold night in 1825, Anna and Benjamin Stone are sitting around the fire with their four grandchildren; Hannah, Benjamin, Thomas, and Margaret. Anna tells them the story of when she was given the important task of delivering a letter to General Washington in 1778 to save his job. Anne knew that the fate of her husband, Benjamin, and the other American soldiers lay in her hands. Bravely, Anna rides through the Valley Forge on her trusty horse, Nelly. Even when she’s being chased by a dangerous pursuer, she does not give up and tries to outsmart his every move. Will Anna make it to the camp in one piece and succeed in her mission?
Tracy Lawson transforms a story that has been passed down from generations in her family into an enjoyable piece of literature that commemorates the event and solidifies her ancestor’s legacy forever. The author merges oral history with imaginative storytelling to form a compelling narrative. Anna’s story portrays the backdrop of the American war using the lens of a normal family, which enables readers to delve into their lived experiences. The pencil illustrations, which are done by the talented Larissa Coriell, complement the story perfectly. Revolutionary Anna is a heart-warming tale of courage and resilience that weaves the past with family, history, and heritage. It is a must-read for anyone who enjoys drama and realism.