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Do no be put off by its classification as a children's book, this is a great read.
Hopefully many readers in her intended audience will go on to read South, and wind up - like me - hooked on such books for life.
This book for middle school readers, a true life adventure turned into a novel, tells his story.
This is an incredible book. Interesting. Historically and geographically accurate. Entertaining. Inspiring. Appealing to children thru adults. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ginnie
Inspiring novelization of a true story. On every page there is something to grab the reader. Do no be put off by its classification as a children's book, this is a great read.Published 7 months ago by Ryan P Staley
Took awhile to get into it but then couldn't stop reading. Felt as if I were part of the expedition, strongly recommend.Published 8 months ago by DeborahLynn
Honestly the most boring book ive ever read. Wtf was the author thinking. I don't think I've ever read a worse book. Ever.Published 14 months ago by Noel M Nishi
Terrific read with mix of history and appropriate teen angst, engrossing and a true page-turner, could not put it down...Published on December 24, 2012 by Shellyjmlarson
Heard that it was a good book for children and bought as gift for a 10-year old boy & a 12-year old boy for a Christmas gift.Published on December 26, 2011 by Lar