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Jockey Hollow, Rosalie Lauerman’s first book, earned an Independent Publisher (IPPY) bronze medal for Best Mid-Atlantic Region Nonfiction and a Moonbeam silver medal for Best Juvenile Nonfiction. The work highlights a little-known Revolutionary War camp and reveals a period during the war when General George Washington “almost ceased to hope.”

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Jockey Hollow wins IPPY Award

Jockey Hollow, by Rosalie Lauerman, earned an IPPY bronze medal for Best Mid-Atlantic Region Nonfiction. The work highlights a little-known Revolutionary War camp and reveals a period during the war when General George Washington “almost ceased to hope.”

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