1 edition of Danger along the Ohio found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
Lost in the Ohio River Valley in May 1793, twelve-year-old Clare and her two brothers struggle to survive in the wilderness and to avoid capture by the Shawnee Indians. File Size: 3MB.
I felt my first grader was mature enough to understand what was happening and how the accident impacted the main character. She keeps her vocabulary action-oriented and her dialogue straightforward. Reading out loud to your children is one of the greatest gifts that you can give them and this is a great book to start that habit.
I guess they read it in elementary school and it made an impression on them. Here are some open tasks foran attempt to create and standardize articles related to. Their plight becomes still more dramatic -- and dangerous -- when Amos Traveling down the Ohio River in 1793, Amos, Clara, and Jonathan are separated from their father during a brutal Indian attack. Though ever cautious and fearful of the ubiquitous soldiers, she is largely unaware of the extent of the danger around her; the Resistance kept even its participants safer by telling them as little as possible, and Annemarie has never been told that her older sister Lise died in its service.
It captures the imagination very quickly and makes you feel as though you are floating down the Ohio River with Indians after you. The book also discusses a very unfortunate gun accident which the main character is sorrowful over, and he reflects on it throughout the story. has created a rousing adventure; it will have readers turning the pages and rooting for the spunky Dunn kids all the way.
Amos, Clara, and Jonathan become separated from their father when Indians They are not called Native Americans in this book, so I will use the word that was used at the time.