Independence Day: Moms' Mission

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Thomas Jefferson and John Adams both died on 4 July 1826, fifty years to the date after Independence Day.

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  • Independence Day: Moms' Mission

    1. 1. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day Travel back in time to Monticello on 4 July 1826 A.D. The day Thomas Jefferson dies.
    2. 2. For her 24-hour bubble in time, Moms must uncover what great secret Jefferson is prepared to reveal on his deathbed. A secret that could change history. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    3. 3. Moms must deal with Jefferson’s lover, and slave: Sally Hemings, who is faced with the paradox of perhaps gaining her freedom with Jefferson’s death. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    4. 4. A rider arrives at Monticello from John Adams, carrying a parcel of great import. Adams is also on his deathbed this day. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    5. 5. Adams package combines with Jefferson’s own package to form a complete Jefferson Cipher. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    6. 6. Jefferson confides in Moms about a secret document, signed the same day as the Declaration of Independence. The Cipher holds the key to its location. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    7. 7. But Sally Hemings has the Key to unlock the Cipher in her head. Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    8. 8. Learning what the document is, Moms if faced with an extraordinary decision: keep it a secret or change the lives of millions of people? And change history? Moms’ Mission: Independence Day
    9. 9. The Same Date. Six Different Years. The Time Patrol must simultaneously send an agent back to each 24 hour bubble to battle the Shadow’s attempts to change our history. Failure means annihilation of our timeline.
    10. 10. The Time Patrol These books are suitable for children and an exciting way for them to learn a wide range of historical topics in a thriller format. Ancient Greece, Rome, Art, War, Politics— a wide array of topics. Click on covers for links

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