George Washington’s soldiers were tired and hungry. The British Army had forced Washington to retreat into Pennsylvania. American colonists desperately needed a victory in their fight for independence. In the middle of a fierce winter storm, Washington daringly crossed the Delaware River to attack the British Army. Author Elaine Landau lets readers make the difficult choices that Washington, his officers, and his enemies had to make that fateful winter during the Revolutionary War.
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