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I Escaped The Gold Rush Fever : A California Gold Rush Survival Story
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The I Escaped Series: The World's Favorite New Escapes. Survival Stories For Today's Generation

Bestselling authors SD Brown and Scott Peters tackle the 1852 Klamath River Conflict in this gripping account of the 1852 Klamath River Conflict for modern young readers.

It's 1852, and California's Gold Rush is in full swing. Tempers are flaring along the mighty Klamath River, where men are wild with gold-rush fever. 14-year-old Hudson treads carefully amongst them, desperate to find her long-lost father. She can only pray that he'll take her in. A battle erupts between miners and local tribespeople, trapping Hudson in the crossfire. She is no fighter; she's just a runaway kid from San Francisco in need of a family. But her inner strength is sorely tested when her newfound father is attacked and wounded. Hudson can't bear to lose the only parent she's ever known. She helps him into a dugout canoe, setting the stage for a dramatic rescue.

This is the 11th children's book in the I Escaped Series about brave girls and boys who face real-world challenges and find ways to escape disaster.

In 1852, the Klamath River Conflict erupted in the Wild West, a stark episode in American history. This conflict highlights the intense confrontations between Native American tribes and settlers, emblematic of the era's deep-rooted tensions and struggles for control. It highlights the resilience of the indigenous people, who faced significant challenges, while acknowledging the complex circumstances faced by all parties involved in this tumultuous period.

Ideal for kids fascinated by survival stories and nature, this book delves into the unexpected dangers lurking in everyday life. Readers will experience the resourcefulness and bravery needed to face a sudden crisis. It's packed with educational insights about wildlife, safety measures, and problem-solving skills, engaging young minds with practical knowledge for real-world situations.

Great for kids book clubs and classrooms--a study guide is available at https: //scottpetersbooks.com/worksheets

Bonus:

- a special section on facts about California's Gold Rush Fever that's sure to satisfy curious minds.

- black and white pictures bring every chapter to life

- includes a fun gold-panning activity to do at home or in a classroom

Flesch Reading Ease: 85.6

Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level 3.2

An important, relevant read about bravery, kindness, and courage.

"a must for every reading list"

The I Escaped Series: The World's Favorite New Escapes. Survival Stories For Today's Generation

This item is Non-Returnable

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  • ISBN-13: 9781951019327
  • ISBN-10: 1951019326
  • Publisher: Best Day Books for Young Readers
  • Publish Date: April 2022
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.29 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.33 pounds
  • Page Count: 116
  • Reading Level: Ages 8-12

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