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Lizzie and the Redcoat is a book about history The genre of this book is historical fiction I know this because they talk about important events that happened in the past like the Stamp Act and the Uncles talk about what political party they are on Mr Byles also questions Uncle Blake about smugglingLizzie would be wondering why girls would be wearing pants because back then girls didnt wear pants She would ask about so many things She would especially ask about the Promeathean Board or the computers and any other technology That is what I think Lizzie would do if she visited the classroomThe story takes place in Boston 1765 The evidence in the book that told me this was she always says it in the book and they discuss the Stamp act so that helped with the year The American Revolution happened in 1776 and that didnt happen yet so that was another clue It says in the book Lizzie could hardly believe that 1764 was almost over already So since New Years is already over you add a year and make it 1765The main character in the book is Lizzie Lizzie has copper colored hair and is very confused and doesnt understand what is going on or what side to be on She has a nice personality and tends to listen to what her parents tell her to doIt seems as if she is a bit scared their might be a war but doesnt really know yet even though her aunt told her not to worry The most important event that happened in the story is when the angry mob gathered outside the print shop and asked if Mr Murray if he would follow thru with the Stamp act He says he will is asked to Then someone calls him a red coat which back then something you wouldnt want to be called I think Lizzies dad
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