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Love this book for teaching about American History through a fiction book. I feel the fifth graders make a more personal connection to the history when they have character, even... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cindy
I usually read fiction but I had to read this for social studies and I really liked it! Bravo Mr. Durbin!Published 11 months ago by John Joseph Skrip
Held my 12 yr olds attention. Well written and developed characters an plot. Good historical fiction. Well worth the kindle price.Published 12 months ago by Katherine Watson
Really good book. I hope I can read the next one. You should
Get the book. I would recommend it.
This was a great read, couldn't, wait to get started and went way too fast. My three 12 year olds loved it. We will read the sequelPublished 24 months ago by Theresa Hughes
A great book don't want to give anything away though a great book thought I really loved it yaaaaaaaaaaaaa !Published on November 14, 2013 by KcassB
I loved the book read it when I was in school and wanted to read it again... Can't wait till I can read it to my sonPublished on August 14, 2013 by Tundra girl
I used The Broken Blade in my Junior High Language Arts Skills class as a whole group novel. It was a rich resource for teaching not only about the fur trade era in Minnesota... Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by J. L. Olson
This is a story about a 13 year old boy who becomes a vouyager(canoeman) and padddles 2400 down the Ottowa River ad through the Great Lakes.Published on October 9, 2012