I would recommend waiting on TQ till next year. Instead, at your dd's age, fill her mind with a compilation or general overview of Patriots, legends and main events in story form to start a love of Country and create interest in History. There are a few options, but we used "Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans" by Edward Eggelston.http://www.amazon.com/Stories-Great-Americans-Edward-Eggleston/dp/0965273520
Another option is "America First" from Yesterday's Classics. If she is advanced in her listening skills, Your Story Hour has American history cd's, Vol. 6. In addition, Jim Hodges recorded the 4 Volumes of "American History Stories" that would be great listening, thorough in topics covered and enjoyable:http://www.jimhodgesaudiobooks.com/yesterdaysclassic_american_history_stories.html
Then I'd have on hand, William Bennett's "Children's Book of Virtues" and "Children's Book of America" and start learning our musical history at this age, too. Many great options here: http://www.singnlearn.org/khxc/index.php?app=ccp0&ns=catshow&ref=patriotic Also, from that site is "LIving Principles of America" series of audios. The best price is there and well worth it. My children became intrigued around age 9 to the details.
Lastly, see if you can find some activity books like the "A Kid's Guide Series" examples are:
"Colonial Kids: An Activity guide to life in the New World" and "Westward Ho: An Activity guide to the Wild West" and "More than Moccasins" by Laurie Carlson. Also, Bellepheron and Dover have great coloring books for different time periods and famous individuals.
All that together is a great year. Combine those with some personal reads from Alice Dalgliesh, and Nest videos (I found mine at the library) and you've got it covered. BTW, if she reads on her own some, there are some books that were written in thelate 1800's in one-syllable form. They are by Josephine Pollard. Two are here:http://mantleministries.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=MM&Category_Code=OS the other being on Abraham LIncoln, which is hard to find. I also recommend, when yours are older, the Historical Devotionals and "Songs that Made America Great" from there.
There's your year and they can be used for subsequent years and incorporated into TQ. HTH!