Write the Revolution - The Scarlet Stockings Spy: A Revolutionary War Tale
Join author Trinka Hakes Noble, author of The Scarlet Stockings Spy: A Revolutionary War Tale (Sleeping Bear Press, 2004), for an afternoon talk and book signing. In this suspenseful story, learn about Philadelphia in the fall of 1777, on the brink of the British occupation and the measures a young girl, Maddy Rose, took to make a difference. Through Noble’s talk, discover how even the smallest of citizens can play a part in the American Revolution.
Talk is free with Museum admission. Book signing to follow outside the Museum Store.
About Trinka Hakes Noble
Trinka Hakes Noble was awarded an IRA Teacher’s Choice in 2005 for The Scarlet Stockings Spy and in 2016 she received the Author of the Year Award from the New Jersey Association of School Librarians. Noble is on the board of The New Jersey Center for the Book and a member of the Rutgers University Council on Children’s Literature.
Write the Revolution
Inspired by our flagship book series Read the Revolution, the Museum is proud to present Write the Revolution, a series of author talks and workshops for children and teens. Through the magic of storytelling, historical fiction puts people at the center of history, presents multiple perspectives and brings the past to life.