Synopses & Reviews
Felicity is sent to Miss Manderly's house to learn to be a polite gentlewoman. She practices stitchery, dancing, penmanship, and the proper way to serve tea. Two sisters from England join the lessons, and one of them, Elizabeth, becomes Felicity's best friend. Learning to serve tea is great fun, until Felicity's father decides that the king's tax on tea is unfair. He refuses to sell tea in his store or to drink it at home. How can Felicity continue the tea lessons she loves and still be loyal to her father?
Felicity is sent to Miss Manderly's house in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia prior to the Revolutionary War to learn to be a proper gentlewoman. There she learns an important lesson about loyalty. Part of the "American Girls" series.