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At the Mouth of the Luckiest River by Arnold A. Griese 1973 Hundred Years Ago

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Estimated to arrive by Fri, Jul 27th. Details
$3.60 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States

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Other Children & Young Adults

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Condition:

Used

Format:

Hardcover

Category:

Fiction

ISBN:

0690107862

Edition:

1973

Edition Description:

Activity Book

Publisher:

Thomas Y. Crowell

Dustjacket:

Yes

Age Level:

Ages 9 - 12

Author:

Arnold A. Griese

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More than a week ago

Item number:

42049734

Item description

AT THE MOUTH OF THE LUCKIEST RIVER By Arnold Griese ILLUSTRATED BY Glo Coalson Ex-Library Book. Copyright: 1973. No edition stated. Published by Thomas Y. Crowell Company. 65 Pages. Book Boards are in Good condition with some very light edge corner wear. Has dustjacket flaps glued taped on the inside of the boards. Has library page several library stamps markings. Pages are clean tight with several light soiling spots. Dustjacket is Clean Bright with light edge shelf wear. From the Flyleaf.......Go back a hundred years to fascinating Indian lore of Alaska. Many in the tribe of the Athasbascan Indians thought and wondered about Tatlek's crippled foot. A great hunter's son should have a strong body. Was it a yega, a spirit, who had done him harm? Or was it a sign that Tatlek might become a new big medicine man? No one knew for sure. But there were those in the tribe---especially the medicine man---who hated and feared the lame boy. Had he not learned from the Eskimos over the mountain how to train dogs to carry him in a sled to the best fishing and trapping sites? Weren't there rumors that he fed his dogs with fish when many of the old and feeble members of the tribe went hungry? And were not the Eskimos with whom Tatlek was so friendly on their way across the mountains to massacre Tatlek's people? Multiple orders add .50 Per Book for combined shipping costs.
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