Mystery at Chilkoot Pass by Barbara Steiner

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Mystery at Chilkoot Pass

'“Steiner’s adventure mystery is a real page-turner and a good addition to the History Mysteries series. She captures all the drama and danger of the Klondikers’ trek and infuses it with just the right amount of historical details to give readers a satisfying, action-filled story.” —Booklist “The author has incorporated a lot of fascinating historical detail into this mystery story. We meet various characters who really did cross the Chilkoot Pass in the late 1800s, for example, the now famous writer Jack London. In addition, many of the events in the story actually happened during the Klondike gold rush.” —Children’s Literature “Steiner includes a variety of colorful personalities gleaned from actual records of the period, including writer Jack London.” —Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) “A worthy addition to the series; interested readers can move on to Jack London’s Call of the Wild for a classic description of this era.” —School Library Journal'
'“Steiner’s adventure mystery is a real page-turner and a good addition to the History Mysteries series. She captures all the drama and danger of the Klondikers’ trek and infuses it with just the right amount of historical details to give readers a satisfying, action-filled story.” —Booklist “The author has incorporated a lot of fascinating historical detail into this mystery story. We meet various characters who really did cross the Chilkoot Pass in the late 1800s, for example, the now famous writer Jack London. In addition, many of the events in the story actually happened during the Klondike gold rush.” —Children’s Literature “Steiner includes a variety of colorful personalities gleaned from actual records of the period, including writer Jack London.” —Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) “A worthy addition to the series; interested readers can move on to Jack London’s Call of the Wild for a classic description of this era.” —School Library Journal'
Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween ISBN: 9781497646551 Pages: 165