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Gold Rush Fever: A Story of the Klondike, 1898
Barbara Greenwood (au); Heather Collins (il)
Aunt Rachel isn’t very happy about 13-year-old Tim & his brother Roy heading off to the Klondike Gold Rush. The possibility of discovering riches, however slim, is hard to resist. Blinding snowstorms, a hazardous mountain range & raging rapids stand between the prospectors & their chance to hit “paydirt.” And of the 30,000 who do make it all the way to Dawson, only a small percentage will ever strike gold. Even so, Roy is determined to come back a rich man. And Tim, a budding writer, is looking to find the story of a lifetime. Their year in the gold fields is filled with exhausting travel, backbreaking work & bitter feuding. As they face increasing hardships, even all the gold in the world may not be enough to save their family. Color illustrations. Ages 8-12.
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