When the River Ran Backward
Carolrhoda Books, 01.01.2000 - 84 Seiten
Fifteen-year-old Laurel Mawston has just moved to the Mississippi River town of New Madrid with her parents and brother when disaster strikes. A series of terrible earthquakes devastate New Madrid and the land around it, tearing up trees and altering rivers, wrecking houses, and injuring or killing people and animals. Laurel and her family find themselves living outdoors, working to save their animals and their home. Through weeks of hardship, Laurel discovers that challenges can bring people together in unexpected ways. Join Laurel as she relates this exciting and touching story of adventure, newfound love, and courage during a little-known episode of American history.
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Crofford (A Place to Belong, 1994) sets her newest historical near the banks of the Mississippi during the earthquakes of 1811-12—earthquakes so violent that thousands died and, at one point, parts ... Vollständige Rezension lesen