Author: Kristin Riddick
Release Date: June 2014
Publisher: In This Together Media
Genre: Middle Grade Fiction
I LOVE Kat McGee and her adventures!
Great of ALL ages!
Kat LOVES the 4th of July with all the fireworks, ice cream contests, and parades!
And this year she is hopeful to help the Mayor Little with all of the festivities.
But when Roman Rule steps in and wins the vote to help the Mayor, Kat decides she doesn't want anything to do with the 4th.
A visit to her favorite Gram's sets her priorities straight as Gram decides to take all of the kids on a field trip to Philadelphia and "America's most historic square mile."
Gram wants to teach them the true meaning behind the 4th of July, for it is more than just fireworks, parades and apple pie.
But things go amiss as they visit the museum....
With help from Liberty, (the statue of Liberty), and through a chain of events Kat is whisked back in time to 1776 where...
Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence are missing!
Wait until you read who else helps Kat...so good!
Can they save Thomas Jefferson?
What will happen to America if they don't?
A PERFECT STORY FOR THIS WEEKEND!
A GREAT HISTORY LESSON!
A SUPER-FANTASTIC SERIES!
About the AuthorKristin Riddick doesn’t look good in hats, but she seems to wear a lot of them. Her voice has been heard on shows such as One Tree Hill, The OC, Everybody Hates Chris, and Chuck, and on-camera she recently played opposite Megan Mullally on Fox’s Breaking In. She’s written a screenplay, a pilot, a middle-grade book, and a lot of memorable thank you notes… so she’s told. She teaches Pilates and spinning to stay sane, may have a super power or two, and takes a lot of chances riding her bike all over Los Angeles because she gets road rage when driving. A native of Corpus Christi, Texas, Kristin graduated from The University of Virginia and currently divides her time between LA and Austin with her multi-talented producer husband David Kirkwood. If you want to see other hats, go towww.kristinriddick.com.
(A review copy was provided, however, all reviews are of my own opinion :)