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While wintering at Valley Forge, the Continental Army, under the leadership of General George Washington, is greatly weakened by the harsh cold, lack of supplies, disease, treachery, and starvation.
Young Will, who plays the fife, and his faithful coonhound companion Clay struggle alongside those managing to survive in ragged clothing and miserable conditions. Only by leaning on each other are they able to endure the harsh days and shivering nights that test all of their strength and determination vital in their quest for liberty.
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Ruth G. Zavitsanos began writing at the age of 12. Growing up outside of New York City, she attended many Broadway plays and musicals that served to stimulate her imagination. She attained her Journalism degree at Marshall University and is a proud member of AXO sorority. After graduation, she maintained her desire to write by editing and writing for corporate bulletins, preschool/elementary school newsletters, and the local newspaper. She has been published in Writer's Digest magazine and had an in-depth article in a regional magazine. Ruth is a member of PennWriters, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Valley Forge Romance Writers Group and Romance Writers of America.
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