You must tell my "real" story " That's the challenge General Daniel Morgan, hero of the American Revolution, gives Ben when he meets the general's spirit in an abandoned house near the Pee Dee River. Ben is frightened. "How did this happen?" "I was just trying to help my cousins and my friend Jennifer get ready for the Morgan Victory March to celebrate the Battle of Cowpens. We were all going to get medals and make our Grammy May so proud Did Sal and Amanda, the underground ambassadors of South Carolina, get me into this mess?" Can Ben save the long-lost letter Daniel Morgan wrote from being destroyed? Can he tell everyone the truth about the famous general and set his spirit free? Will the cousins complete the march and earn their medals? Join Sal and Amanda on Morgan's Victory March and find out."
About the Author
Mary Ann Solesbee is currently an instructional specialist for Spartanburg School District One. She is co-author of Sal and Amanda Visit Walnut Grove Plantation. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Tony Waters has illustrated ten children's books, including Cinnamon's Busy Year and The Moon Smiles Down. He contributed numerous illustrations for Ladybug and Cricket magazines and more recently for the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, Missouri.